Colblimp Posted July 18, 2018 Share Posted July 18, 2018 1 minute ago, Starsphinx said: It's not actually the picture of the child that is dangerous - it is the identifiable place, activity, association that can be of concern. "Single Child in generic clothing in generic play area" not a risk. A child in an identifiable uniform with identifiable others in an identifiable place doing an identifiable activity that is likely to be repeated at another time is a risk because it can be used to locate the child. Of course, this is not all or even most children but it does happen and is a real risk. Also, there is the thing that I am not on public property, some of the stuff I shoot it is me and the staff are the only adults present and my presence is monitored by the staff member responsible for safeguarding. I shoot primarily for the participants and I make sure I comply with what is asked of me - I want to get asked back. I've pics of named kids in a named place that will more than likely be repeated over and over again and I see no problem. Not every person in the world wants to harm a child you know! Talk about the nanny state! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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