Just got back from getting a couple of photos developed at Asda from a shoot I did the other day with my son and nieces. I'm getting them made into a photobook for my Mother's birthday in a couple of weeks. I wanted to see how they looked in print rather on screen as I'd done a fair bit of touching up.
For the second time now I've had hassle over the copyright of the photos. First time happened last year and the woman got really stroppy with me, not accepting I took them and having to sign something to say I was the copyright holder (or had permission from). This time they were less stroppy but still very doubting. Before collecting I submitted a few more to test which I'll pick up in a bit, the funny thing is this time they took my phone number (never done that before). Perhaps they'll call me about them?
Does anyone else have this problem getting their photos developed? It's not my fault I take good photos, I shouldn't be made to feel like a criminal when i get photos developed. I wouldn't mind but you have to agree that you have the copyright holders permission before you can continue on the touch screen anyway.