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> Developing a project that will include photos of all our employees, most
> of which they've provided for me. Some are just photos they "had lying
> around" and they don't know who took them. Some are Olan Mills-type
> portraits. Giving photo credits will be a real hassle and, in some
> cases, impossible.
Be careful with those professional (Olan Mills, Glamour Shots, etc.)
portraits -- the studios generally retain copyright to the photos. Most
(if not all) of the photocopy places around here won't touch a photo
that has the name of a studio stamped on it. I don't know if they'd ever
sic the lawyers on you (especially if this project is for internal use
only), but since you're worrying about photo credits anyway, here's one
more thing to worry about. ;-)