I shot a wedding a couple of months ago and the couple signed a contract that states that I am allowed to use the photos from the wedding for promotional and advertising use. The flower girls mother just sent me an email telling me to remove a photo of her daughter from my online portfolio and that she never gave me permission to use her daughter's photo. Did I need to get permission from her? She saw me take the photos, and never said a word to me at the wedding. The girl was the flower girl and was going to have her picture taken no matter what. There is nothing on the photo that says the name of the child or anything like that. I am a parent so I do understand that she may not want her children's photos up all over the internet, but my daughter has been the flower girl in 3 weddings. I knew and expected her photos to be used in a photographers portfolio or displayed somewhere on the photographer's website. I also have never been asked by a photographer at any of those weddings to sign a release. I don't really know what to do, I would just take it down and I probably will to make her happy but I like the photo and I want to know if I had the right to use it in the first place. If not I will take it down immediately. Thanks for your help.