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    Cruising in the 90s

    Hi All

    I hope this link from the Telegraph works:

    Cruising in the 90s: On-board photographer reveals hilarious pictures - Telegraph

    Annie

    #2
    Thanks Annie - some of those people looked so happy!!
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      #3
      Scary thing is I think I recognise some of them!!!!!!!! Wilba
      Wilba

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        #4
        Originally posted by Wilba View Post
        Scary thing is I think I recognise some of them!!!!!!!! Wilba

        I hope those white buttocks in picture number eight weren't yours Wilba ...............HT

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          #5
          Originally posted by Hampshire Thorn, Fareham View Post
          I hope those white buttocks in picture number eight weren't yours Wilba ...............HT
          The camel is the best looking thing on there...............Wilba
          Wilba

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            #6
            Thank goodness there's none of us! And we've had some horrors, haha
            BIG SHIPS, little ships, small world

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              #7
              Hmmm. I wonder if those passengers realised that they would be exposing themselves to ridicule when they agreed to have their photographs taken.

              Very unprofessional. I had always assumed that unsold photographs were destroyed. This strikes me as a gross invasion of privacy.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Nick_C, Worthing View Post
                Hmmm. I wonder if those passengers realised that they would be exposing themselves to ridicule when they agreed to have their photographs taken.

                Very unprofessional. I had always assumed that unsold photographs were destroyed. This strikes me as a gross invasion of privacy.
                I thought all photographers owned the copyright even if you paid them to take Wedding photographs? Has something changed?

                Annie

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