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beachfolks #201

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:07/03/2010 08:24:03

 JM-Can we get your autograph before you became famous?
JM_Runs #202

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:03/14/2011 08:34:45

There has been an explosion of cameras embedded in cell phones, which people carry everywhere. When you consider the ubiquity of cameras and the zero cost for digital film there are just many more people able to take pictures, and taking lots of pictures.  Therefore you should expect to be photographed when out in public.  So don't wear transparent suits that you would not be able to defend in court. 

That said, so long as you are legally covered,  be brave and smile at the camera when people take your picture.

It is spring break, so right now there are many groups of collage students on the beach in the mornings.  Early on they are mostly groups of young women, but some groups of guys too.  I notice that young people are getting a lot less surreptitious about taking photos on the beach.  Women frequently hold the camera up and wait for me to run by, often waving to get my attention and sometimes shouting out stage directions like "Smile!".  

Today everyone was friendly and most said good morning or had words of encouragement.  Several of the women openly took photos as I passed, which is common, but today was a little surprised at how many waved and shouted for me to "Smile" as I approached.  I return their greetings and try to smile warmly, although sometimes it is difficult when I'm fatigued and the running is hard. 

Mostly it is the young women, especially the ones in groups, who are open, confident and forthright about wanting to take my picture. 
The guys take few pictures, but are more likley to say something positive like "You go man!" 

It is fun to be warmly and enthusiastically acknowledged.  Makes my day.
DoreFan #203

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:03/14/2011 08:48:30

During my recent vacation in Mexico, I noticed a couple of girls pointing a camera in my general direction when I was thonging at the resort's pool. While they didn't openly wave to attract my attention, they didn't hide the camera either. At first I thought of hiding, but I figure, what the heck and continued standing by the pool's edge. So if they were taking pictures of me, they got them. Kinda made my day too.
 
DavyJ #204

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:06/12/2011 12:09:54

My experiences are similar.  Quite often I notice people trying to sneak in a picture "on the sly", and many times people will ask me to pose (usually with one of them in the picture).  I think Traci's idea of carrying blank cards and asking them to email the pictures is a great idea; I am going to try that. 

Sailor:  No one to my knowledge has taken a picture more explicit than I would prefer, but maybe this is because I haven't seen very many of the pictures; I will be more aware of that now that cell phone camera zooms are much better than they used to be.  Years ago 2 college coeds wanted pictures and started getting pretty silly.  One of them wanted a shot grabbing my ass, so I said that was ok as long as I could grab hers too, which she immediately agreed.  By the end things were pretty much out of control; I never saw the pictures, but they did agree not to post them on line.  Perhaps they were on the walls on the sorority house; who knows.
erik3000 #205

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:06/12/2011 09:13:39

 Few years ago I was on a Carnival Cruise that touches St. Maartin me and my wife hit Orient Beach and I walked on the Beach with her on my Skinz T thong when we were walking back we saw the cruise photographer setting up the camera to take a video about the beach and just at the moment that we were going to pass them they started filming and I turned, walked on the back then they smiled and stopped me and asked if im on the cruise. I was so embarrased... I was starting to waer thongs and was my second time in public so.... But latter I think abou the positive experience and after boarding the ship that afternoon and grabbed something to eat I decided to thong on the hot tube of the ship. Was almost empty the deck and I was the only one on the hot tube... few minutes latter a guy came and join me and then another one both of them in looong shorts... I was waiting for them to live but non of them seems interested so literally in their faces I just left. Non of them said any (I think that they got freeze) but I sleep with a nice smile that night. Also posted a few pics of me in my profile of that day in SXM
bmicro #206

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:06/13/2011 04:46:11

This being the favorite month for weddings, there are a lot of bachelorette groups in town. On Saturday I went out in a yellow Dubio sling and laid out just south of 15th St. I noticed a few clandestine picture takers but no more than usual. later I walked about five blocks on the beach to my favorite refreshment stand to get a smoothie. One of the girls in line was part of a bachelorette party and asked to take my picture with her and with the bride. I consented and, since I had my camera with me, asked that they take a picture with my camera as well. This started a small run with four other women coming up to ask for a picture. The refreshment stand girl offered to be my business agent (LOL).
While walking back, I passed a group of women taking pictures of themselves and they asked me to take a picture of the group. Seconds later, they asked me to be IN the picture. Next thing I new, there were an amazing number of women (and even two men) asking to take pictures with me. I don't think that I got more than half of them taken with my camera. That was almost too much in that I didn't get a chance to talk to anyone since there were more waiting! 
whitebull #207

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:06/18/2011 01:38:24



 I started to take a camera with me to the beach, when I catch a picture being taken I walk up to the person and ask for a picture to be taken on my camera also.  Usually defuses the situation and If not I ask you took mine lets have yours at least I have a picture of who takes mine. 
 Try it once you would be surprised
thonglife #208

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:06/24/2011 02:02:08

During our recent trip to the NC OBX, on the day we went to Cape Hatteras, I walked from our car in the parking lot out to the life-guarded beach in an Aussiebum brief suit as a cover-up over my Skinzwear g-string. After several days in just a g elsewhere, I felt fairly covered considering how hot it was. My wife wore a sarong over her Malibu Strings thong. As we strolled down the beach, we passed two women sitting in a beach tent who smiled and stared at me. Than one of them pointed her iphone right at me (I could see the Apple symbol on it) and took a pic or two. I smiled and kept walking. We parked 50 yds away down the beach and stripped down to our g's. Several hours later, both ladies headed our way on a stroll while I was laying out on my towel and my wife in her chair. My wife said the same lady sneaked more pics as she passed by, I guess I don't mind and I've def become more comfortable thonging in public.
swimbabe #209

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:06/24/2011 07:22:30

I have always been of the view that people who wear thongs or strings in public seem to have an exhibitionist streak in their nature, and as a rule would enjoy having their photo taken. I am in my early forties and have looked after myself well by working out and eating healthy, my body is pretty firm even if I say so myself. Yes, I have had my boobs enhanced but only to a sensible size.( 36c )......AND I LOVE BEING PHOTOGRAPHED ! ! !

In summer I spend June through September helping a friend and her husband running a jet-ski rental in Mallorca, Spain. I work the beach, lanunching the jet-skis with each customer and retiving the jet-ski as it is returned.  Being in and out of the water in warm sunshine all day, 7 days a week must be the greatest job ever and I make the most of my " exhibitionist " streak by dressing accordingly. Before I travelled out to Spain from the U.K. I visited the Tangaland.de website and with the help of my very understanding husband purchased 12 sets of Minimus Silikon Bikini in a variety of colours. The idea being that always wearing the same suit would give me consistant tanlines !

As soon as i arrive at the beach each morning my friend ensures that she applies a covering of waterproof tanning cream all over my body. Next I scrunchie my blonde hair into a bun and then step into one of my g-strings ( never use the top half of the suit ) and finally my sunglasses.

I would estimate that around 75% of our rentals are to men who normally arrive in small groups of 3-4 and they almost always have a camera to record the action of each other heading out from the beach on the jet-ski. My job is to help launch the jet-ski which involves me wading into the water to about waist deep and holding the ski in the right direction while the customer gets instuctions. When the customer returns to the beach I again wade into the water to help retrive the jet-ski. The customers friend or friends always want to take photos or video as the jet-ski departs from the beach..........this always means that I am in the photo or video emerging from the water topless in a very small and very sheer g-string.  The same process is repeated when the jet-ski comes back to the beach where the camera gets a lovely view of my rear clad in only a string between my cheeks ( the silikon sides of the string are invisable ). When a camera is being used I always ensure that I am standing at a suitable depth where the water is just lapping the top of my string. Quite often the guys will ask for a photo to be taken with me at the side of the jet-ski.......i am always happy to oblige.
 
Sometimes in the morning when it is not busy I put on my snorkle, mask and fins to go snorkling from the beach, it is amazing how often I  have spotted a video camera recording me wading out of the sea in my see through string carrying my fins.



DoreFan #210

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:06/24/2011 10:10:23

Swimbabe, sounds like you have a dream job! I would kill for a job like yours. :-)
JM_Runs #211

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:06/24/2011 10:47:33

 Sounds like a fun job.  I bet the extra sales you generate are worth every pound they pay you.
ped69 #212

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:06/25/2011 02:47:24

What a dream job, are there any vacancies? How about posting some photographs? 
darksmooth #213

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:06/25/2011 04:43:58

Swimbabe, good for you!  I can just imagine how nice you look doing your job.  Like many others, I'd apply in a heartbeat given the opportunity.  But honestly, you seem perfect for the job if most of your customers are guys.
ithongit #214

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:06/25/2011 06:20:16

All I can say is, I hope you appreciate how lucky you are to have a job that lets you 1) Be out in the sun every day. 2) Get to wear a thong, and go topfree.  3) Get to go in and out of the water (even though you are "working" I bet it is still relaxing in it's own way.) 4) Get to show off you body to the guys (and gals too).

My husband Randy once spent 20-30 hours a week wearing always his Speedo Thongs, and got a very precise tanline which was really cool!

Many years ago, they had Skidoo rentals at Caesar's Creek, operated out of a little trailer at the end of the beach.  These folks worked day-in and day-out with a constant stream of thongers wandering by (the trailer was in front of the "hill" where thongers often layout to tan).  Both Randy and I would stop most days and chat with the regular employees.  They too had a female, good looking, who helped launch the boaters and bring the boats back in.  She normally wore a bikini -- often with short-shorts as a coverup.  One day, when I ask her about thonging, she said she had worn a thong for a few hours on a "dare" one day, and the park ranger who has since been re-assigned, who had an agenda against thongers saw her and told the whole crew that consession vendors were not permitted to wear thongs or dress provocativly, and that if he caught any of them wearing thongs again -- even when "on their own time" at the beach, he would have their consession license revoked.  I seriously question if such a provision was written into the consession rules they worked under, or that there was any park rule to this effect.  She and the others took his "warning" seriously and that that was the end of the thonging experiment.

Today, there is no boat rental consession at the beach (although they seemed to always have plenty of business and charged ridiculously high rates).  I sometimes wonder why the state doesn't encourage concessions and other vendors as a way of offsetting the cost of park maintenance and perhaps even being able to start regular trash service and lifeguard service again.  I'm sure this would never happen.

Keeping the state parks up and running seems to be a very low priority for the head of Ohio's State Parks.  I once called the Superintendant(?) of all Ohio state parks to ask about why they were not providing lifeguards at many of the state's parks.  He said it was due to a lack of qualified lifeguards and budget shortages.  I ask something to the effect of "Why doesn't the park service team-up with the State colleges to teach life-guard classes at universities with pools, and then offer these students work-study jobs.  This would be similar to the way some companies train college students a little, then hire them back from the state for a month or two, with the state paying part of the employee's salary.  The Head of the Parks gave me a "we would have to get the legislature to agree with such an arangement, and so we would never ever even consider doing it.

Traci

Traci
thonglife #215

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:06/27/2011 11:58:42

<<I have always been of the view that people who wear thongs or strings in public seem to have an exhibitionist streak in their nature, and as a rule would enjoy having their photo taken.>>

swimbabe, I couldn't have said it better myself.

You sure sound like an amazing person. I sure would love to rent a jetski at your place of work :)
NE_OH_thonger #216

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:06/29/2011 01:21:59

I was at West Branch state park (Close to Ravenna, OH) yesterday. About an hour and a half after I set up, I hear a group of teens behind me making typical teenage commentary about my thong (Which was, for the record, a Skinz M3). After trying and failing to faze me with their puerile behavior and taunting, one ran behind me, snapped a photo, and started chanting, "Your ass is going to be on Facebook." Naturally, I asked him to send me a copy, but they all scattered before I could tell them where to send it.
BTW, does anyone know if one can search Facebook photos? I want to see if they actually did it, and if it captured my good side.
Gstringing #217

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:06/30/2011 02:17:24

I was on my tummy in south beach yesterday and when I looked behind me I noticed a woman fumbling with her camera after she had it pointed at me...no big deal.
JM_Runs #218

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:06/30/2011 03:23:01

And their asses are probably going to be deleted from Facebook if their staff sees them showing thongs and g-strings there.  Remember, this site's rules appear to be based upon the expectations of the most conservative parts of the USA.  They have been known to delete for breast-feeding photos.
mack_back #219

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:07/11/2011 12:49:48

Went to the nude beach wasn't many women nude joining in seen a few thongers men and woman. Most women wore bikini's few were topless but was fairly crowded at least around me. I finished coming out of the water and was standing air drying around my towel. Had my back towards the water then up came a tanned older woman fully clothed in swimwear and her younger nude female daughter or relative, friend?
She asked me "this is a bit awkward, like to ask you if you minded me to take a picture of you"? Pause. Then she said " i'm a painter and it would be of you from the back only"? I said sure, but found myself getting little embarrassed then excited. I thought to ask for more information but felt i would get to excited and everyone would look. I tried to keep my eyes away from the lovely nude tanned friend she was with or to get into any chit chat. My first thought was to be little cheeky and say "don't you like my front side as well only backside" or "wouldn't she like to join in the photo as well?" (her young friend). 
Then she came over to my side to take a profile picture and promised that she would leave my face out of it. She seems to be regular at the beach seen them both couple times before.
Tell you the experience was my first time that a stranger took a photo. I know there are plenty have taken a picture of me without my permission. Even some bikini wearing women fifty feet away were snapping photos along the beach. I guess they may have taken picture of me when my back was turned because the woman were staring at me while they were taking random photos trying to look subtle. 
To be taken at close range was a bit unnerving because i was afraid how i looked. It is a compliment to say the least but also might of been a ploy for the younger gal to get to know me through the older lady.  I found later people around started to smile and talk about me getting picture taken. 
whitebull #220

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:07/13/2011 04:04:57

I take a camera with me.  I walk up to them and ask for a pic on my camera.  At least I have a pic of them to go along with the pic of me.  The look on their face can be priceless.
thongshowoff #221

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:07/13/2011 10:55:10

 mack_back - as one of the older posters here, I must say that if I was approached by someone to take a photo, I'd be extremely flattered, and would do what I could to help them with the pictures.  Unfortunately I can't see it happening to me, so I'd say make the most of it if it happens again.
JM_Runs #222

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:07/14/2011 06:05:59

I agree with thongshowoff. It's rare for people to approach you and ask for a photo. Therefore, when the opportunity comes, you should make the most of it. 
stanpuppy #223

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:07/14/2011 12:56:13

Most of the places where I wear thongs up north, it would be highly unusual for someone to approach you and ask to take a photo as I am almost exclusively laying down and minding my own business, not walking about in the general public.  In the event that someone did so, I would probably accommodate.  One time, a long long time ago, probably close to 20 years now, I was nude at Gunnison beach.  A smokin hot Asian girl who was with a group of her (all fully clothed girlfriends) came up to me and asked if I would take a picture with her.  I said sure and we did.  I'm sure it was a "me and the girls went to the nudie beach" type of thing and they probably needed a photo of the naked guy to prove it.   Thing was....this was long before digital camera's, the Internet, twitter, facebook or anything like that ( I was also wearing sunglasses so my face was partially obscured).   It would be funny, however if I were to become famous some day and that photo shows up on the cover of the National Enquirer...LoL!!!
swimbabe #224

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:07/14/2011 04:45:17

I had an interesting experience last Saturday........a young Swedish couple both wearing thongs approached our jetski rental and asked to hire a ski for an hour. The man wanted to video his gf on her jetski and asked if I could take him on a ski and drive alongside while he used the video. As you have seen from my previous posts ( and my blog ) I only wear a string while working at the ski rental.  We spent almost 45 mins out on the water with the guy sitting behind me on the ski with him against the my backas he made the video of his girl friend. We finished with his girl fiend taking a few minutes video of me and the guy zooming around on the ski in our wet strings. What a great day.
modelnude4u #225

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:07/15/2011 08:29:15

 My wife and I went to Mardi Gras again this spring, and I spent most of Monday shirtless, with jeans sagged low enough to show a couple inches of thong tan line, and the spray on Bud Light tattoos I got from the Bud girls.  I must have had 100 pics taken: some without even my knowledge or just walking by, but plenty asked me to stop and pose, pulling the pants down further to get a better shot.  I would love to find some of those online, but so far, no luck.  I've worked hard for this body, and I'm wearing such things in public because I like to be seen.  I might as well play it for all it's worth!
JGB911 #226

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/19/2011 12:32:53

I went to Fantasy Fest a couple of years ago, and wore nothing but a G-string.  I had several hundred requests for photos, and didn't really mind.  But for some reason, there were also a couple hundred people who were sneaking photos of my ass while I wasn't looking.  Don't know what the thrill was (60 year old fat guy), but all those people didn't seem to have the guts to ask.  And that did bother me
JM_Runs #227

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/20/2011 02:54:37

If I'm walking along the beach wearing a thong, most people don't realize it until I'm walking away.  If they realize it while I'm approaching and have a bad "vibe" or are obnoxious, I make it a point to wear my hat low over my face and look away.  Otherwise, I don't worry about photos.  If they are shooting with malicious intent, the only thing I care about is not enabling them to produce an identifiable photo.  I have no tatoos, so my ass, back, legs, etc. are not identifiable.  As for the malicious shooters, they can shoot photos of my ass until they get carpal tunnel from pushing the shutter button.
steampowered #228

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/20/2011 07:49:58

 hmmm... interesting point about the tattoos nospam. I have a rather distinctive tattoo on my shoulder and down my back (one I designed myself) that i would perhaps have to be weary about overseas. But down in the south pacific, it's difficult to find anywhere thats illegal to wear a thong.
JM_Runs #229

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/20/2011 09:50:46

It's not the legality issue I'm worried about, but the possibility of having an identifiable photo posted with malicious text or posted on a malicious website.  Wearing a thong is actually legal at most of the Florida beaches where I go.  Even in cases where it's illegal, I have not heard of prosecution based upon some random photo taken by a beach goer.
thongdk #230

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/20/2011 01:19:34

 Just came back from Venice, Italy, where I noticed two guys video filming people (mostly girls I suspect) on the beach. They pointed the camera my way (I was a bit a far from them) but as I got up (I put on a pair of shorts) and walked towards them they quickly packed their gear away and walked away from the beach. So I don't know if they were filming me but in general I find it really bad behaviour to just film people in the open on the beach.
tbck1000 #231

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/20/2011 10:50:27

My attitude has always been that I don't mind being photogrpahed when in public even in the most daring/brief thong.  However, I had some semi-bad experiences many years ago with being photographed (in a somewhat compromised position) and posted on the net.  Since then, I've always worn a "disguise" of a cap pulled down low and sunglasses.  That way if for some reason I end up on Facebook or whatever, I can always say it was someone else no matter how much it might look like me.

I've caught lots of people taking my picture, and most always it's good natured.  Some people like the novelty of a guy in a thong.  I get that.  Sometimes, people ask and it's usually when they want to pose with a guy in a thong.  That flatters me.  At fastivals such as FantasyFest, people ask more often but there are even more that don't.

I like the attention I get wearing a thong, and having my picture taken is just part of that territory.  The only times having my picture taken has really bothered me was a few times when guys with telephoto lenes stalking anyone in a thong or topless, etc, would just not let up.  I don't know if they were waiting for my thong to slip off or for me to get aroused or something.
JM_Runs #232

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/20/2011 11:26:25

 Well, I think photos of someone in a thong are likely to be posted on the internet because most people in the younger generation have Facebook, Twitter or Myspace, which they use to share something with their peers. So, I'm sure they would want to post pictures of a guy in a thong and make fun of him with their friends. 
JM_Runs #233

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/21/2011 12:52:32

 Since I thong very openly, on a very public beach, in a big city, several days a week, almost every week in the year, and have done so for many years, some photos of me have made it to the internet.  Considering just how often I am out in a thong, and how many people take pictures, I am completely amazed at how few ever end up on the internet, or at least very few that anyone can find.  Of the ones that did make it almost all could be anyone.  Only one that I know shows my face clear enough to tell it is me, another might be me, if you know me very well.  Unless you know me, and know where I thong, and know exactly what I do, you would not identify me from any of the others.  Even I have a hard time telling if it is me or someone else.  They are just too far off, too fuzzy, or just the backside.

Even after identifiable pictures have been on the net for several years, never has anyone ever mentioned them to me, other than fellow thongers on this board.  Considering all the really interesting things on the web, and all the fun sites, the Facebook and other distractions, not to mention all the xxx stuff that could entertain a casual browser,  I seriously doubt that your pictures are going to stand out from the noise to anyone that matters.  Most people are still trying to keep up with their facebook walls, their news feeds and their sites of special interest.  Seriously, very few are trolling for photos of men in thongs.
JM_Runs #234

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/21/2011 03:01:02

JM:  that is a good point about the "noise" issue.  I am sure the total number of digital photos in existence is now in the trillions.  I am pretty sure that none of our asses, or more importantly, faces are top-ranking among those.  However, I am still careful because of the sites like beach creeps.  My co-workers to know of the "people of walmart" site, which shares the same host, so I definitely don't want an identifiable photo of me showing up on the beach creep site because the two sites are linked to each other. 
thongexpert #235

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/21/2011 04:01:59

Couple weeks ago I had photographs taken of me in Panama City hotel pool.  The woman took pics of me swimming because I was in thong of course.  I noticed minutes later, and she politely asked me for more photos.  I said OK and I posed for her "in and around" the pool kinda teasing her and having some fun.  She smiled a lot and was enjoying watching me, made flattering comments. I viewed the photos on her smartphone and she was going to put on her Facebook and show her friends, she asked if OK, I said OK.  She would have done it anyway.....
I preferred to be "anonymous" in these pics, but she liked for me to look at the camera in my poses, re-taking pics with me looking her way. Anyway, curious what shows up on web, but I highly agree with JM that likely due to noise, and many many other interests people have, I will probably not see these pics, but am curious regardless.
xlnt12pix #236

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/21/2011 06:18:50

 I visited Baker Beach today in San Francisco. I used the restroom in the parking lot to change into my Dore' extreme micro pouch with string tie sides. When I came back out into the parking lot wearing only my thong, no hat,sunglasses or sandles, a bus full of tourists had positioned itself between me and the beach. As I walked along the side of the bus I must have had at least one, if not two, video and still cameras from every window watching me. Some people were waving hands at me so I stopped and smiled and waved back. It was a rush and I feel flattered to have been photographed by so many at once.                                                                                                      
beachlion #237

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/21/2011 05:46:46

Some years ago I walked the beach near The Hague, Holland, early in the season. A photographer was doing a photo-shoot with a just-married couple near the water. They were placed with the sea or the dunes as a background. When I was about 25 meter past them, I looked back and I could see that the couple was arranged in such a way that I could be included in the picture. I don't know if I ended up in their marriage album, but I'm sure the photographer had at least a few shots.
JM_Runs #238

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/22/2011 12:59:15

 Don't you feel angry or irritated when people take pictures of you in a thong? Don't you feel as though you're being treated like an animal at a zoo? Though I've never worn a thong on the beach, I would probably be angry if someone asked me to pose in front of a camera.
NE_OH_thonger #239

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/22/2011 06:21:58

If someone has asked my permission (Which has never happened, to date), I would not feel irritated in the least. If someone takes a picture without asking, that kind of bothers me. However, I keep my cool, and usually say nothing. I feel that if I were to make a scene, all I would accomplish is to make myself look bad. I have to admit that sometimes I search Flickr to see if any beach photos of me have appeared, just to be curious about how I look
modelnude4u #240

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/26/2011 08:27:29

 I don't know that I've seen a lot on this angle - setting out to BE photographed.I've seen some folks say they're offended by it, surprised by it, or at best neutral on it.A few have admitted to getting a little rush out of having your picture taken in a thong.

I have long enjoyed being seen in a thong, and having someone bother to take a picture just adds to it.
Are they taking the picture because they find it sexy, gross, unusual...I just don't care.
When I'm out on the beach and see someone trying to sneak a picture, I'll be bold and approach them, and ask them if they'd like a closer shot. 

One of my favorite ways to show of combines this love, with my love of motorcycles.  I have an older sport bike, which required a fairly low crouched seating position.  This makes it real easy to have some thong poking out about the waist of jeans or shorts.  Without a shirt, it's clear for all to see, but when you wear a shirt, you have a bit more control.  The wind will pick up the back of the shirt when you're moving, so it looks more like an accident when someone sees something.  I like it both ways.  I am a straight male, so my targets are vehicles which contain only females.  With nearly everyone having cell phones/cameras now, it is amazing how easy it is to get your picture taken in such a situation.  Just make sure you've got some good whale tail going on, pick your spot in traffic, and watch.
I've been riding a lot in the last few weeks as good weather starts to fade, and I've made it a goal to get at least one picture in on every ride.

I'm showing little enough that I'm not worried about getting in trouble, but enough that I draw attention, and have great fun!
Maybe in some small way I'm helping raise awareness for male thong wearers, without pushing the envelope too far.
John Howard #241

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/27/2011 12:17:26

 that seems like a good idea, to approach the person trying to sneak a picture and ask them if they would like a closer shot.It must be a thrill to see the face of that person's reaction, it would be something completely unexpected and shows a lot of confidence on the person wearing a thong.

I must admit I would prefer to do it when the potential photographer was an average plus attractive female.
The other day on the beach there was this middle age lady pretending to look at her mobile phone screen while I was coming out from the surf.   Maybe she was trying to take a shot of me, maybe not.  But that's the thing, what if she was not and then I ask her to take a closer shot of me and I look like an idiot.   It needs to be an obvious situation.

JH

Sharon73 #242

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/27/2011 01:05:02

i've been photographed a dozen times or more i know when in my thong and topless.  it doesn't bother me.  If they would come up to me I would pose for them if they wanted me too - or with them too.
mack_back #243

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/27/2011 02:36:51


Sharon73: Surprised you wouldn't mind being photographed with stranger such as yourself. Doesn't seem to be any photos of you in your image profile? 
Many who do take photos without anyone's permission feel awkward asking if they tried. If woman decide politely to ask they may feel the other person feels they are using it as excuse to talk or flirt. In most cases seeing a man in a thong is to unbelievable for there eyes they need some hard evidence. Sometimes woman are afraid to ask.
At the nude beach a man was wearing a thong and group of young bikini clad teenage college girls asked to take a photo with him. While some girls were walking preparing to line up beside the man, the camera girl was holding the camera up in the air and she noticed me standing little bit behind and beside there area of which they were posing. It seemed to me the way the camera girl looked at me smiling knowing the man allowed for some pictures and the time it took her friends to set up, she must have clicked a few towards my direction. Noway of knowing but once i noticed her stare at me she looked away towards the group picture. 
The female photographer may have wanted to take one of me as well but they may have thought it would be pushing it being totally nude. At least that's how i sensed it but could be wrong, you can never know. 
Even times at the nude beach when some girls see me from ways off laying on my towel on my backside, they suddenly get there phone out and walk ahead of there group stop in front of me, turning back waiting for her friends to catch up all the time holding the phone in her hand. Then as there friends catch up she points the camera to my direction as she is turning around once again. While her friends block her view maybe getting one shot in, then the group step into the shot blocking her as though it looks to me. As they walk away i sometimes hear one of the group of girls saying did he have a nice one or was it to big for you.
Either way one girl may like a picture while others don't care, you can't ask them if they want a closeup some may laugh at you while one maybe to shy to pose with you.
stanpuppy #244

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:09/28/2011 12:46:19

Honestly...I am at the stage in my life where I really could care less about being photographed, especially if it was a candid shot.  Truthfully, If i was thonging at the beach and a pretty lady came up to me and asked me for a picture, about the only thing I could think of doing would be asking a stranger to take the shot of the both of us.  If you see me at the beach in my muscleskins thong, snap away.....I could care less
JM_Runs #245

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:10/29/2011 02:24:08

I had a lady playfully ask me if she could take a picture of my butt. She was setup near us on the beach and later informed me she emailed the photo to her 30 year old daughter. I asked to see the pic and it wasn't bad - meaning my face was pretty much hidden. It was, after all, a photo of my thong-clad butt. I've caught others taking my photo without asking, and even caught a female friend taking a photo (she later emailed it to me)....it's nice when people ask, but you can't stop people from pretending to take a photo of the beach, when they're really taking a snapshot of you! It's flattering, in a way.
SlidingG #246

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:10/29/2011 02:43:53

Welcome to the world of thonging in public!  If you're wearing a nice thong and look good in it, you do credit to all of us here on the board, acting as a thong ambassador.  Congrats.
ithongit #247

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:10/30/2011 01:33:29

 Take along a few business-sized cards with your e-mail address.  Many people will e-mail you the pictures of you they are sharing with others.

Traci
NcknameInUse #248

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:10/30/2011 08:55:10

 Over the years I've been snapped many times. I occasionally search youtube and the like to see is any pictures have made it to the web. Nothing yet :-(

On my recent trip to Turkey I was on a boat with lots of other people along with my wife and in-laws.There were a few empty sun loungers to my side and offered a good place to spread out and sun the buns!I was aware of someone standing close by and looked up to see a late teenage boy (who was with his family) embarrassingly trying to conceal his iPhone.
He'd been trying to photo/film me but was going about it very clumsily. I looked up and smiled and he wandered off. I was aware of his attention at other times so I'm sure he got his fill in the end! It isn't on youtube yet, at least not that I can find using obvious search criteria.
A few weeks after returning my mother in law was showing us her holiday snaps that she'd just had printed. I was pleasantly surprised to see a picture of me laid out face down on that boat! Nice picture it was too. 
She'll be showing it to her friends. I knew that JS rio thong would turn heads  :-)
The 4 of us are already booked for next year....
rustathong #249

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:11/06/2011 09:11:01

I was qiute happily thonging down at the beach today after i built up the courage and was getting lots of looks but no bad comments even from teenagers walking by.
Then a young boy looked about 10 -12 was walking past with his dad sister or 2 & dog when he blantently stopped stared & the proceeded to take photos. I thought you little "shit" and also thought why would the father not say anything to him ???
Maybe along the lines of dont take photos if you dont have permission of the person.

Others that were sunbathing near had also noticed & had a look of discust on there faces which was quite reassuring to know that I wasnt the only one anoyed. 

Just simple minded people I geuss
Some of the stares that i was getting from the people.Especialy some of the females. I was more than happy with and would have let them look abit longer.
most people just have a quick look and carry on which is what that family should have done.  
stanpuppy #250

Re:Being photographed - catching someone taking pictures - photos

Date Posted:02/04/2012 11:36:45

I actually think I would find this more amusing than annoying.  If I am walking on the beach, I typically have sunglasses on, so the probability of someone I know being able to identify me is about 0.0000017%.   (not very high).   I guess the real question would be is the person taking the picture because

A) omg...look that guy has a thong on
B) omg....look at that hot guy in the thong


As long as it is B...I can assure you I would not have a problem.  (Actually....even if it was A, I wouldn't have a problem...but I prefer B)
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