My wife was meeting some friends to do a bit of scrapbooking today, and she wanted to use some pictures from my son's wedding. I took my G5 to my son's wedding reception and took some photos, and my son also had two professional photographers taking photos during the ceremony and at the reception. He bought the rights to the pro's shots and they provided them on a couple of CDs and my son sent me copies of some of the photos. So, anyway, my wife and I sat down at my computer this morning and she picked out 41 of the photos I took and 45 of the pro's photos and I uploaded them to Walgreens and ordered prints. When my wife went to pick them up they wouldn't give them to her. They said they needed a release from the photographer. So, my wife being a good and honest person told her that some of the shots were from a professional, but my son had purchased the right to print them and the rest were taken by her husband. They made me go up there and bring my camera and sign a form saying I was the photographer. Then I had to pick out which ones I took and they let me buy them. They held the others until I can get some sort of proof that I have rights to print them. I understand all that. I guess I was flattered that they thought my shots looked good enough that I needed to sign a release before they would give them to me. I admit that I was wondering what they would say about my G5 when I took it in to show them the camera I used. I guess it's a good thing I didn't use a GM1! Oh, so now I'm looking at printers again. I used to print my own photos, but with the cost of ink, I found it cheaper to just get them from Walgreens.