My partner is creating a website for a business that breeds fancy poultry. These people have become friends of ours. They keep quite a number of breeds and I was asked to photograph them all for a gallery on the website. I spent a couple of hours taking a lot of photographs and getting bitten by the midges and got quite a lot of very useable shots. The customer has stated that he wants all the photographs on the web gallery watermarked as, apparently, fancy fowl photograph theft is rife in the business. The point is this, whose copyright do you think I should put on the watermark? Is there any point in watermarking without an owner's name? I took the pictures with their permission on their land. I will not be getting anything like the going rate for the job and have no intention of formally signing over the copyright to them. Will I be right in insisting on putting my name on the watermark in this situation? I took the photographs with his permission for the purpose of creating this website. Although I retain copyright, as there is no formal transfer or written contract, would I still need his permission or need to pay him money if I wanted to use any of the photographs elsewhere (unlikely but possible). All opinions gratefully received.