Let me preface this by saying that my attorney is currently on vacation and I know that none of your are lawyers - however, I would appreciate all of your input in this. I shot a client's wedding this last October and as per our contract, she has permission to print the photos from the CD she has for personal use only. My prices are structured in a way that I don't have to rely on print orders. I also provide clients with an online gallery on SM so their guests can order prints. I now came across the client's blog with my photos (photo credit given) along with the note: "We've got pictures! You can view them here (insert hyperlink) and you can easily purchase prints too if you'd like." However, the link doesn't direct to my SmugMug gallery but a SmugMug gallery of hers that is password protected. Given the other text in the blog (location of where photos were taken), I know that I was the only one taking photos in certain locations which leads me to assume that she's selling the photos I own the copyright to on SmugMug (only I can't prove it). Our contract states that "the images may be used on personal web site as well as networking sites such as Facebook/MySpace as long as a copyright notice appears near the images stating that they were taken by [insert photographer's name" as well as a web link to [insert photographer's website] is place onto the web site. Furthermore, the contract states "Client must obtain written permission from and compensate [insert photographer's name] prior to the Client or his friends and relatives publishing or selling the photographs for profit." I emailed the client and asked for the pw and in a nice and casual way on Friday but haven't heard back from her. I emailed SmugMug and their response quite frankly stunned me. Here's their response in its entirety: Dear .... Thanks for contacting SmugMug. Sorry, I'm not able to determining if the images are being used within the scope of your contract. We don't provide any legal advice on these types of issues. What we can do is forward your request to the site owner if you like. Let us know and we'll forward your message to them. Other than that, you would need to resolve this in court or between you and the other party." I would really, really appreciate your input on a) how to handle this with regards to contacting the client and b) dealing with SmugMug.