BalloonHQ.com membership - support balloon education
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 10:28:46 +1100
Subject: Re: feel bad
From: "DON DIXON" <balloons@magna.com.au>
To: Linda Henne <lkhenne@ez-net.com>,


>Towards the end of the show she sent one of her young helpers over to my
>booth.  The girl had a camera and asked if she could take
>pictures of my projects.  I told her I never let anyone photograph
>my work.  She said, your kidding aren't you? I said no as nicely
>as I could.
>I feel it was inappropriate to even ask. 
>Linda Henne
>Balloon Odyssey - WE DELIVER SMILES

G'Day from Downunder,
Our view ....
Probably inapprpriate of them to ask to take the photos. ?? I wouldn't have asked, nor
taken photos without their permision. Would be different story if you were exhibiting at a
balloon convention though.
 
Do not feel terrible for saying no. Your work, your property. If they can not appreciate
that, it's their problem.

Had you said yes, no harm may have been done. However, your work may have appeared in a
portfolio without your knowledge. ???
At the end of the day, IT'S BUSINESS! You have every right to decide by whom, when, where,
how and why your work is exhibited.

Don & Dolly Dixon  CBAs
Business of Balloons Pty Ltd
Sydney - AUSTRALIA