Thanks to anyone who offered suggestions the last time I posted. As suggested, I am reposting with more details about the situation. So, I was approached my someone who is starting a business and wants me to do photography for him. He is creating a website that will sell 'fine art' prints. He has a series he is working on with images he shot in Maui (he calls himself an amateur photographer and would like me to do the post production on his images as well) . He wants me to take pictures around Lake Michigan and maybe Chicago. He is also shooting a series in London. His goal is to launch the website with images from these series for sale as prints. There will also be an option to purchase the prints as framed works of art. His goal is to get at least a couple of series available for sale in time for the Christmas season. He has said that he would like to pay me hourly for shooting and editing. To answer the question of how the images will be used- They will be for sale on his website as prints or framed prints. Also, he is putting together a contract that will deal with licensing and royalties (He suggested both). I don't think he is really sure how this should work either, and is trying to do research himself. He said he wants this to be more of a partnership, in the future- him handling the marketing side and me the photography side (as well as potentially adding more photographers in the future). I just want to go into the situation as educated as possible.