Posted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 9:21 am
CHLSteve, I'm pleased for you that you will never have to worry about your employer, family, friends or neighbors learning about you having a CHL or about your affinity for shooting sports. Not everyone is so fortunate.CHLSteve wrote:Ugh! Wish we knew about the open seats sooner!
BTW--I have my CVCL, so I might be bringing my concealed video camera into the next event. Guns yes, but no video cameras? You guys are silly.
Some of us are a little sensitive to being photographed for reasons, such as the relative ease with which identities seem to be stolen, employment concerns, political concerns, and so on. I disagree strongly that asking that others NOT take video or photos of you is silly. I think it's a little rash to allow relative strangers to take video or photos of you and post them wherever they like.
FWIW, I did take some photos on Saturday, but they are primarily of my son and a couple of instructors that were helping him out. Even after it was cleared that the photos could be taken, I still made a concerted effort to not include others in the frame simply because I didn't have release forms from them allowing the photographing. These are for my personal collection, and will only be shared if the other people in the photograph can have their identity concealed and protected.