So this local speedshop has chosen to use 3 of my images on thier new website (www.MCSMotorports.com) and I am totally cool with that but I just don't like how it's done, nor have I given them permission to do so yet. The two pics with at the bottom of the page are mine. I shot them at a BBQ they held. My only complaint with them is that they've fucked up the aspect ratio and made them look like shit. The other is a shot I nabbed of a car they're sponsoring while at the Super Lab Battle in California that's located on their blog page: http://www.mcsmotorsports.com/index...ttack-finale-mcscroiset-racing-1st-place.html I PM'd one of the owners regarding the issues I'm having: To which I recieved: I feel I should now touch on the logo subject for you guys to better understad. The "MCS Motorsports" logo with the pistons and brass knuckles was desing by our very own HOG. They had a gentleman's agreement, a handshake deal pretty much to trade stickers for automotive work. They hired an outside person to make the website I linked to above and he took it upon himself to use HOG's MCS logo for the site without asking or anything. HOG and myself are under the impressing that since he designed the logo and was just using stickers and banners and part of their back scratching deal and they never purchased the logo that he retains full rights to it and what they're doing is essentially theivery. Are we incorrect here? Back to my photo situation, I basically have the same question. Since I took those photos, they are mine correct? If he wants to give me an "LOL. Whatever." attitude he can fucking blow me and he'll have to pull my pics from his site if I request, right? BAsically, do I own my photos simply because I took them and does HOG own his logo because he diesigned it? Legally?