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Is this actually a problem? Should I not be putting up screenshots of my work on other websites? I see it all the time, so I'm not sure if you're being sarcastic or not. The doesnt help!
Exactly. We think nothing of it, but whenever my shots show up on cbssports.com or in a paper or magazine, I always capture a screenshot. But the site logos, design, and text are just as protected/infringeable as your own images. Are you legally allowed (without explicit release for implicit association) to use a screenshot copy of the ESPN, SI, or USA Today logo when promoting or selling your services?
Are MLB/NFL/NBA/NHL/NCAA logos and your images of MLB/NFL/NBA/NHL/NCAA players allowable for use when selling photoshop poster templates or trading card templates?
A lot of photographers also think nothing of using copyrighted music for slideshows at team banquets, youtube, or even on their websites. Legally, I don't think that HS teams are even allowed to publically broadcast copyrighted music during pre-game warm-ups.
AFAIC, if I provide an image for a public website, I watermark it with my URL, assuming that it'll be copied to facebook or other websites. I wouldn't ever consider sending an invoice if I saw it copied on another related website, especially if the credit/watermark is left intact.
If the university that you provide your images to realizes that you're sending unsolicited invoices and cease/desist letters to the affiliates in their syndicate, then it's probably safer and easier for them just to revoke your credentials and not risk future infringement of your copyright.