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Old Aug 20, 2006, 6:24 PM   #1
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I love kids pict.
They are my perennial favorite and so is the lens.
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Old Aug 20, 2006, 6:25 PM   #2
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Old Aug 20, 2006, 8:15 PM   #3
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3 rd pict
I would say it is a colorfest part the girl with blue t-shirt
Yet all of them have great expression.
From my monitor of 1600+ resolution, the color just pops out (re this FA135mm )

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Great pictures of "life" Daniel!

I am always unsure about posting pictures of people on a public site such as this out of concerns for privacy. Does one need expressed permission or is it generally accepted as OK?
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I always treat them as group shots. I know.
I would believe it is somewhere in between 100% ok and 100% NOT ok.


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Great pictures of "life" Daniel!

I am always unsure about posting pictures of people on a public site such as this out of concerns for privacy. Does one need expressed permission or is it generally accepted as OK?
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very nice colorful shots dan. is this geared around the kids??ju
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Great pictures of "life" Daniel!

I am always unsure about posting pictures of people on a public site such as this out of concerns for privacy. Does one need expressed permission or is it generally accepted as OK?
Public places - OK to post. Imagine trying to take a picture of the Eiffel Tower without getting people in the picture. Imagine having to ask each and every of them if it is OK to post. Taking and posting pictures like this must be OK, it's part of our public environment in wich we as photographers seek for motifs. And I can't see how it could do any harm to the people in the picture.

Then it's up to your private moral if you want to abuse this by being a paparazzi and harass an individual, a celeb or member of the royal family.What they (the paparazzis) are doing is perfectly legal, but i guess and hope they will be confronted with some problems when negociating with S:t Peter at Heavens Gate.

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out of respect, i'd crop out the guy with the interesting costume (to the right of the 3rd pic). if i were him, i'd opt out of having that picture of me posted on the web, haha

though i agree with the expressions on the kids' faces. it really captures the moment, their moment.

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I've had this discussion more times than I care to remember.

When I photograph at a public function I don't bother asking - I'm there in full view. If it is children in a playground or by themselves I ALWAYS ask just as a courtesy.

I am always in full view and I don't sneak photographs from behind or otherwise.

As for publishing in any form of medium it is still up in the air but mostly because the subject are children and there are way too many pervs out there.
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For composition, there may be a need to crop that Kids' organiser (3rd pict right) out. The image was by NO mean vulgar, dispicable or negative in any sense. The image presence actually adds more info about what the kids were doing . My guiding principle is always to look for sign of negativeness . Does it impart any negative impression/perception of the person or persons concerned?

If I have cropped/edited out say his pants and showed him naked (after pp), that is something else.

If I were him, I would not mind (but that's IMHO). What do you guys think?

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out of respect, i'd crop out the guy with the interesting costume (to the right of the 3rd pic). if i were him, i'd opt out of having that picture of me posted on the web, haha

though i agree with the expressions on the kids' faces. it really captures the moment, their moment.

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