last sunday my hubby and i did a photo shoot of two adorable and very active little girls in front of a majestic tree that was just covered in golden foliage. between funny poses, climbing up trees, goofy smiles, and decorating each other and the photographer with leaves, we had loads of fun trying to get both sisters in the same picture, managing to capture some perfect moments until a whiny "i need to pee" gave the cue that it was time to pack up the camera equipment and call it a day.
perhaps i might be able to post a few more pictures of the photo session, but i'd have to find some that won't really show the girls. their parents had decided a while ago that their kids are not supposed to have an online presence (to the extent possible), which i absolutely want to respect. if i post pictures with other recognizable people in them, i really try to be good about making sure everybody (including the parents if kids are involved) are okay with me posting their photos. to me it's not even a matter of if someone looks flattering on the picture or not since that is a matter of perception.
how do you handle this subject of privacy on your blogs or other public spaces
on the web?
on the web?
linking up with: sweet shot tuesday