Yeah, a friend of mine from high school was in some sort of administrative position with the hospital. I had chatted with her that day. She even was leery, and I promised not to use it "against them"...
So, when a security guard came around I could drop her name, and he left me alone. It isn't against the law here, these pictures anyway. As long as you aren't in areas where the public doesn't belong.
I have pictures of 2 homeless guys eating, using the toxic waste dumpsters as their tables!!
Both of them were real hams and loved me taking pictures of them. I wish I had model release forms on those guys.
One of them was BUFF!! Super muscular, and he pulled off his shirt, wanting me to take pictures. We were right off the main hallway, in the elevator area.
Maybe I will blur his face and post it for you. Then you guys who can do real manip might take it further. Both of these guys were crazy. All in all, it was a very interesting day of "shooting".
So many odd people wanted me to take their picture. I am new at this. In the future I will have to figure out how to get the proper release forms printed out and keep them with me.
I'm thinking now, maybe I will blot out faces and send out 3 or 4 or them. From what I could understand, here in the States, if the establishment doesn't mind your camera, you are free to take pictures in public places.
The hospital didn't care about the people. Course, they didn't see these where the homeless people are hanging out with the toxic waste. EATING no less.