I supply photos to a particular article writer. There is a stipulation in his submissions to his magazines that the photos I have supplied must be credited to me.
So the magazine came out and and credited the photos to the writer. This is not the first time this magazine has forgotten to credit me. Ironically my name is imbedded in a separate image which is a painting...so, they were fully aware that I was involved both in the stipulations of the article submission and had to have seen the watermark in the painting. I have to assume that someone got confused at the last second and forgot I supplied the photographs despite what the author put in the email.
How to handle this? The magazine only comes out twice a year so there is no way to rectify the error publicly in a timely manner. The writer and I have worked together in the past but he is considering terminating his relationship with this magazine over their general sloppiness in editing his writings in the past...what they did in robbing me of my credits is also factoring into this.
Any advice on what to do about this would be appreciated.