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Official Troop Summer Camp Photo - Opt Out??

Official Troop Summer Camp Photo - Opt Out??  

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  1. 1. Around here, some troops want to say No Thanks to the customary Sunday afternoon troop summer camp photo. Those troops feel they take better, less expensive photos

    • Sure. They already allow that here
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    • Yes. Troops take their own photos already.
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    • No.
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Our local camps never forced anyone to take a group picture.....or even offered to take one

 

 

 

same at our local camp.

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The camp we attend provides an 8x10 "proof" with the unit name printed on the photo. Now it's a simple print on photo paper not a professional kind of thing but nice none-the-less. We have the option to purchase additional copies. I always gave the proof to the CO who put it in a frame under our charter and our Eagle plaque. I see no harm in opting out but it's only a 10-minute stop along the check-in path and I never saw a need to disrupt the staff's process because of one unit's desires.

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Our camp takes a group picture just before the opening camp wide dinner. The troop gets a free copy upon leaving camp.

We have them also take one with one of our cameras and one of our parents duplicates and laminates one for each scout. A nice keepsake.

 

Dale

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...Must be those $350+ camps.

 

Yes our camp is around that price point.

 

We had an interesting suggestion at Troop Committee, "Why don't we just arrive on Monday morning instead?" :)

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Our local camps never forced anyone to take a group picture.....or even offered to take one

 

Same here, although I bet some of our parents would've loved it. I constantly got greif about not taking enough pictures. And when I did, I got fussed at that they didn't "look very happy." My reply of "that's because I'm making them be in a picture" did not go over very well...

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Our camp takes a group picture just before the opening camp wide dinner. The troop gets a free copy upon leaving camp.

 

 

Ours does this also. In addition, they will email you a .jpeg copy if you want to make additional prints.

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Foster children cannot be photographed in Georgia under dfacs regs. I was asked to remove several photos from the web over this, even with private links only for the parents.

 

GeorgiaMom

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