First pics of baby - absolutely not, but seriously who would do that? If it were my sister, and she posted a pic of herself holding her new nephew, I'd be fine with it though. Close family is ok i think... But friends, no! I don't post hardly ever anymore anyway.
Wedding and other... Again, I don't post pics on FB but I reckon it's ok if the person posts lots of pics themselves. If they don't, then no. Same with children. I'd never put up pics of other people's children unless they post lots of pics themselves.
When people have posted pics of me, I get a notification immediately that I have to approve it anyway.
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05-11-2012 13:40 #51
05-11-2012 14:45 #52
But you're only asked to approve a pic if they're trying to tag you in them. The pics can be posted without your knowledge.
Something that's come up in conversation lately is the face recognition feature they now have on FB.
I've got mine turned off, but now if you post a pic on fb, it can search automatically through it's database to find a face and suggest a tag.
I haven't seen it fully in action, but think it can pick up strangers in the background of pics, and tag them if they have a facebook page.
05-11-2012 14:59 #53
05-11-2012 15:08 #54When a photo that looks like you is uploaded, we'll suggest adding a tag of you. This helps save time when adding tags to photos, especially when labelling many photos from one event. Suggestions can always be ignored and no one will be tagged automatically.
Who sees tag suggestions when photos that look like you are uploaded?
05-11-2012 16:19 #55
Wedding nope i think that's fine.. I had a few friends/family couldn't make it to my wedding and i couldn't upload pictures until almost a week after and they wanted to see, i was fine with my guests/family/friends uploading pictures of the day for them. I also liked that people wanted to post my pictures =]
Newborn is a different story i personally wouldn't do it and i would ask people not to until i was able.. but with my two it was pretty much straight after birth anyway
05-11-2012 17:03 #56
Re: Etiquette - facebook photos
I find it interesting that this is discussing both the couples right to upload their own wedding pics first and pics of other peoples children..
My niece in law was flower girl at my wedding, on SILs/MILs request.. then when I uploaded my wedding pics, they both were overly upset with me and told me to take down my wedding photos as she was featured in some of them.. One of them refused to speak to me..Was that rude of me? I always felt ****y about it as I felt I should have been entitled to show my wedding pics and it was their request to make her flower girl knowing that pictures would obviously be taken. Had I of known it would give them rights to tell me what to do with my own pics I wouldnt have given her the role..
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05-11-2012 17:14 #57
Etiquette - facebook photos
I find it extremely rude, I never post photos of other people's kids on fb without asking first as its going onto the Internet forever and the parents may not want their kids on their. And for a bride and groom I also think, unless stated that people re aloud to, then they should also get the first posting! A little consideration goes a long way.
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05-11-2012 17:43 #58
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05-11-2012 18:24 #59
I'm nicknamed the paparazzi by some people, but unless previously told otherwise, I upload everything in a private album viewable to the bride only and let her know if she wants to share them on her FB, then she needs to upload them to her own page. I do it because I know personally I'd prefer my professional shots to be the first impression of my wedding for non-attendees.
I would never blurt about anothers baby, that's just so rude.
The death thing really gets me. I know someone who found out her sister died from a teenaged family member posting a RIP status. Just awful.
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