A bit of a rambling thought: Any one who has shot any kind of event be it a wedding, a party an award evening or whatever will have been meet by the phrase "I don't like having my photo taken" but yet these days people seem incapable of going to an event without taking a selfie to share on social media to prove they were there. So why are people happy to taken there own photos but yet anti having there photo taken by someone else? Is it about being in control of how one is portrayed or is it timing (there is normally a window of opportunity at parties where I have started to relax and I' not yet over relaxed) and the event photographer is not always around when people are in the right frame of mind to get there photo taken? The other weekend a good friend of mine (who's a exceptional photographer) got married and asked if I could amongst other things build him a photobooth for the wedding reception. I was amazed how forthcoming the guests were to get there photos taken by a machine, doning crazy poses & props a ultimately building up a set of photos which captured pretty much all the guests in a very relaxed style better than I could of if I was to walk around with a camera trying to capture the evening. So do people really "not like having their photo taken" or is it the presence of a photographer which they don't like?