First, thank you in advance to anyone that may have an answer or lead me to someone who may. I have spent weeks researching my rights but it is rather complex. I will try to make it brief and to the point. -I worked for a very large clothing retail company in the corporate office as a operations manager. PHOTOGRAPHY is not in anyway in my job title. -I have had a very small photography business for years. One of the Marketing Managers knew that I did photography and asked if I would shoot some of the clothes that they were trying to sell to another retail company " a huge one" I first agreed to shoot the products for them to use as line sheets to increase the chances that the other company would buy the products. Then it turned out the President of the company wanted me "made me" as I then said I did not want to or feel comfortable doing a large shoot, had me shoot hundreds and hundreds of items over two days. He also hired and paid two professional models. -The deal went through and the company bought and carried our products. Then come to find out my images were being used in their stores for huge posters and ad campaigns. My company made and provided them with posters and banners to put in their stores with my images that I took and did all the creative direction in the shoot on. I did not sign anything during the shoot or after. My company never did pay me a bonus as stated they would. I no longer work there and have not received any compensation for that photo shoot. What would other professional photographers like you out there charge for this type of shoot(s) two days, that was being used for ad campaign? Thank you, thank you.