Hi all, I have a query. I took some images last weekend of a fireworks display and then after editing them, contacted the local papers to see if they would be interested in them. Funnily enough the papers said yes they would be. I told both papers when I spoke to them that I would be happy to provide the images for free as long as I got a photo credit. Now one of the papers has used the images with a photo credit, no problems there. The other paper, which came out this morning, published two of the images I submitted to them without any photo credit or mention of my name whatsoever. I am going to ring the journalist who has used the images and express my great displeasure. However am I also within my rights to now demand some form of payment for the images? The exact text included in my email along with the images was "I am happy to provide these images in exchange for a photo credit". As I see it, no photo credit, no images should have been used. They have used them, so payment of some form should be due. Opinions please.