Well, I don't think about this often, but in fact, I do pay them. I paid for the Taipei Open tickets and I paid Yonex and other badminton companies a lot of money every single year. Personally, I don't think there is very many people pay more than I do to badminton in terms of money (if that's what you care.) It is up to me to post pictures or not, and I will be the one who makes decisions. So far, the pictures are free as I have not yet charge anyone a penny. The only thing that I am asking is not to modify pictures and do specify the source when re-posting. Is that something too much to ask? About the watermark. Heck, I am not good at photo-editing. Every time when I do those, I need to scratch my head and try to learn how to do it by asking my friends. I wanted to make those marks lighter, but I'm not sure how to make it work generally applied to all pictures. Those watermarks didn't exist at the day 1 and day 2 pictures because I trust everyone in the badminton world and I never thought about adding those marks on. However, after I was informed by several people about the incidents, I couldn't post pictures like I used to. Adding them on was not fun for me as it took me a long time to put them on. I don't want to do those, but what choices do I have? People at other sites use all kinds of excuses to break the rules and claim those pictures are now theirs. It made me wondered why must I share pictures online? I know people want to see pictures, and I am willing to share them, but why do people kept on asking for more and more? I went to the Taipei open pretty much every day and I enjoy games and environments there. By providing pictures online is a way to let people know how players did in here. If you want to ask for more, please buy an air ticket as I did and fly to the tournament yourself. Are you saying all people who ddin't share their photos are not badminton fan? I am not understanding your logics here.