Not really sure what to do about this - but I just actually received an email from a well known Victorian National trust building and tourist attraction. On the front page of their html email (which went to who knows how many people - probably thousands) is one of my photographs - uncredited and used without my permission.
I have exhibited my work before at this place - but have not ever given them permission to use my photographs in any way.
How should I approach this?
This isnt the first time this sort of thing has happened to me - but it is the first time I have seen a prominent organisation use my work without permission.
You can see the photograph on their webpage as well here: Web Page
Its a straight rendition - but they have added the distressed edge look.
How did they get the image, and if it's one they had of yours like you mentioned, did you read the fine print (if their was any) from the exhibit?
Depends what is important to you?
Money - go demand remuneration?
Credit - go demand some credit?
More work published by them - through that in as well?
Or, just go demand the lot.
Your work, your copyright!