Is this fair game to photograph?

Started Jan 8, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Rdefen Veteran Member • Posts: 3,278
Re: Is this fair game to photograph?

"Ethically wrong without the families permission, and one could debate the right of family members to give their permission in the case of a person with dimentia."

Agreed.

I suppose I might personally be persuaded but the burden would be high: off my head, the hospital agreed (least important), the family/guardians agreed, an actual omission involving a demonstrable public interest story the purpose of which is to somehow improve the condition of the subject and/or people similarly situated and finally, that no one that gave consent has any financial interest involved that would be improved by giving consent.  So I'd say the OP doesn't cut it.

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