« on: April 20, 2014, 09:20:12 PM »
Thanks all for the support.
Here is the epilogue.
I did offer to show him the pics, but red faced, he declined. When I left, I did take his pic, and I let him know that I was doing it, just to piss him off.
Here is the kicker. I am a respected surgeon in town. I get total enjoyment behind my camera, I get my creative outlet, and it is a stress reliever. In a given week, many people put their lives in my hands. Not a big deal, it is my profession. I like being anonymous behind a camera, and also having no responsibilities.
So, I would be the last one in the world to be involved in this and at the same time, I am furious at this twit for appointing himself playground monitor.
Given all that is going on in the world, I am like so many of you, very paranoid about kids, so I don't point a lens at any that aren't family or friends who request portraits.
Make sure you have the lens insured before you go around taking people's photos and pissing them off. If they act out and decide to smash your body/lens to the ground... I wouldn't want to rely on the police to find them and make them responsible for the the cost of the damages... and even if they were caught, they might not have two farthings to rub together...