No longer a newbie, moving up!
BTW, typically people who take images for companies, such as a newspaper (for sure) or probably Disney have signed a contract saying that their images are property of the Newspaper.
The only way that wedding photographers etc. get out of it is that they don't sign a contract saying that they are a work-for-hire, rather they are independent contractors, and they (the photographer) therefore retains copyright. In the instance of the disney photographer they probably didn't realize or forgot about signing the copyright away, but I'm sure they did.
It's the same if you are a photographer at Olan Mills or some place of the like. When you are hired there and are taking pictures on their behalf the images are then theirs (the companies).
edit: I find it slightly amusing that in the other thread you said to only critique the PP, because you had no control over anything else, and now you're saying you set up all of the images.
I didn't say that I "had" no control, I said that I "have" no control. Meaning that I'm not going to go do the shoot again, so please just tell me what I can do better while sitting at the computer, not what I could have done better while we were out there, as that really doesn't do me any good. But thanks for bringing it up!