ISSUE: Photographing in a Cemetery

Started Jan 18, 2013 | Discussions thread
mike703
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Re: Graveyard Prowlers
In reply to Cy Cheze, Jan 19, 2013

Cy Cheze wrote:

Privacy is also of concern. Mourners don't want to have lenses poking at them, or imaging that their image will be posted or pondered somewhere. A lens stuck furtively out of a car window insinuates quesstionable intentions. A sneaky shot of a funeral ceremony would not be welcome.

Nobody was asking about photographing funeral services; just taking pictures in cemeteries.  They can be, and often are, beautiful and photogenic places.  I don't see the problem.

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