Brad Ross

Brad Ross

Lives in United States USA, NJ, United States
Works as a neuropsychologist
Joined on Sep 28, 2008
About me:

E-5 -E-1, 520 & EP-2, OMD
9-18 mm, 12-50mm, 45mm,75-300mm
: 50 mm macro
EC1.4
70-300mm
40-150 mm
14-42 mm & 14-42 micro
14-54 II
50-200 SWD
8mm fisheye
35mm macro
25mm pancake
Lumix 20mm micro
SLIK monopod
Feisol tripod

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Brad Ross: I was in a public town park and came upon a little league game. I thought it would be a good opportunity to try and catch some images of a ball caught in mid air. A parent asked if I was the official photographer and I said no the pictures were for me. A few minutes later a father/coach came over and ask me to not take any pictures of the children. The parents did not give me permission. He said that I could take pictures of any tree or flower in the park but not children. I was take aback and shocked and embarrassed. I said okay, and turned around and left. I guess I should have asked permission or introduced myself ahead of time but the game was already in progress

sean and thomas I agree, the irony, is, I work with children 40 hours a week in a brain injury program, in the same town, but of course, none of these chldren that I tried to photograph, have brain damage, so they did not recognize me,, ,, the dilemma,was "walking into a chld activity",, they did not know me,, I am not blaming them,, the point I thnk is,, if your are going to take pics, of kids,,,make sure they know where you are coming from,,,

Direct link | Posted on Sep 9, 2011 at 23:40 UTC

I was in a public town park and came upon a little league game. I thought it would be a good opportunity to try and catch some images of a ball caught in mid air. A parent asked if I was the official photographer and I said no the pictures were for me. A few minutes later a father/coach came over and ask me to not take any pictures of the children. The parents did not give me permission. He said that I could take pictures of any tree or flower in the park but not children. I was take aback and shocked and embarrassed. I said okay, and turned around and left. I guess I should have asked permission or introduced myself ahead of time but the game was already in progress

Direct link | Posted on Sep 9, 2011 at 21:10 UTC as 26th comment | 6 replies
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