I'm not singleing you out, but it seems like all of these amateur photographers are trying to get paid everytime someone uses their photograph. Unless you are a professional, just have fun with the hobby.
A while back I probably had a similar attitude, or perhaps more like "who am I to think my pictures are worth selling". It was my wife that put me straight. Her view was:
1 - You can do something which other people want
to buy - you're not twisting anyones arm
2 - You spend a lot of money on equipment, and always moaning about wanting something else - well, this is your way of getting it
3 - If you just give your pics away, what does that say about your own respect for your work?
As always, she was, I think correct, and I changed my outlook - I would call myself "semi-professional" at the moment. This dosen't mean I gouge as much as I can from anyone I can ... indeed, I do give pics for free if i feel the use is something I want to support
but, commercial photography is a big business - people make their livings from it, and organisations have budgets to make purchases.
I see no reason at all why the money I spend on equipment should be used to subsidise anyone else's business ... I already give Canon enough
Colin K. Work, Pixstel