Hi Everyone, Apparently there's a travel-type site (think Fodor's) called schmap (www.schmap.com) that does guides to various cities around the world and also allows users to upload their own content. I got a message from one of their people saying they would like to use my photo of the Philadelphia Museum of Art in their Philadelphia guide. Cool! However, the catch is that they don't want to pay for it. They want me to grant them a free, indefinite non-exclusive type license to use the image as they see fit. I see lots of pictures on there that have Creative Commons licenses (which I don't think we can assume they aren't paying for, but I'd be surprised if they are). I mean... at least they asked instead of just taking it I suppose. They sent me this message: While we offer no payment for publication, many photographers are pleased to submit their photos, as Schmap Guides give their work recognition and wide exposure, and are free of charge to readers. Photos are published at a maximum width of 150 pixels, are clearly attributed, and link to high-resolution originals at Flickr.I guess my beef with this is that they are a for-profit company trying to pass this off as them doing me a favor by exhibiting my work. I'm not too thrilled about that. I mean sure, it's nice to be recognized and maybe I'll get some more traffic, but it's the principle of the thing. Has anyone else encountered this kind of situation? If they were non-profit, I'd be fine with it, but they are looking to profit and they asked me to donate my work to further that endeavor. What would you do?