We have received feedback from some clients in your lesson as regards to the use of camera phones.
If you have a spectator present who intends to “capture the moment”, please have them position themselves where they are easily able to do so without capturing others in the background.
To minimise the chance of being inadvertently photographed, it is best to station yourself at the rear of the pool.
We always try to create an atmosphere that allows the joy of swimming to be shared but also remain mindful that some do not want to be photographed unintentionally. To allow us to nurture this environment, the rules of photography need to be observed. As a reminder, you must ensure your spectator:
– is sensitive to the fact that other carers in the pool may not want to be inadvertently captured so do not photograph or video any group activity (eg on the mat).
– takes short video only (a few seconds and not repeated for every activity done)
– take 1 or 2 photos only
– of your child only
– holding the camera up for extended periods is very distracting and makes people on the other side who do not know what you are capturing uncomfortable.
The lesson is primarily to teach you how to swim your child and the teacher is there primarily to teach our program. If you are unsure of what is going on on the pool deck, please bring it to her attention during the class.
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Source: Sydney Morning Herald 14/2/2024
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