Anyone here been denied prints because a clerk didn't believe you took them? This happened to me the other day and I'm wondering if it is a common occurrence. Little background: I consider myself pretty good with Photoshop and my old 6.1MP Kodak. It's a nice little hobby of mine. I walked into a Wal-Mart yesterday to get some greeting cards printed out using one of the photos I took of my son and wife. I do my business, get on the little machine, upload my photo, go grab some groceries for an hour, head back and ask if my pictures are ready. The guy says, These are copyright; we cannot sell them to you." My face: I, of course, being confused as hell, tell the guy that the pictures are not and that I took and edited them. He tells me, I do not believe you." I ask to speak to his manager. Eventually, after a good 20 minute conversation with the manager about the in and outs of Photoshop and how any moron with 10 minutes can learn how to toss up a white sheet and drop a background, I get my photos and finish paying for the things. Anyone else run into such trouble?