About the only thing you can doat this stage is ask for the return of the photographs on the basis that youhave signed no release to allow him to use them. You can threaten an applicationfor an injunction if you hear of any intention that he intends to use them orpublish them and claim for damages for loss of reputation if he does publish them
The letter would be better comingfrom a solicitor.
In all honesty he is not underany duty to return the pictures to you because copyright belongs to him.
However they do contain yourimage and you are entitled to stop him using that.
It really depends whether youwant to go to the trouble at this stage of getting a solicitor to write to himor not.
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