I did a photo shoot as a favor to a chef a couple weeks ago. The photos ended up getting into the hands of the management at the restaurant and they really love them. They want to use them for their website and imaginably social networking pages. I don't currently know much in detail as this is information is coming from an employee who got me the in, in the first place. but anyway I want the contract for few reasons, obviously to protect myself but also to look like someone who is a professional. I have never sold photos before so I don't quite know what to include in a contract. I want to cover how the photos will be used in it. I think it is fair to sell the photos for useage on their website and social networking but should the number of social networking pages be factored into the price? is that normal. Also i want the contract to discuss that usage by a second party like a magazine or something along those lines would be discussed if need be. I want to make sure that i am being reasonable all at the same time. The repeat business could be great because they change their menu seasonally. I don't know anyone who does this sort of thing professionally and have no one to ask about it. And like I said this is the first step into "professional photography" I have taken. Any advice is well appreciated.