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Years ago, I spoke with the woman who owned the real-life Brady House. She told me she had installed a short fence in her front yard to ward off fans who stuck their faces in the front windows of her home at all hours of the day and night. PLEASE remember, real people live in these homes. Don’t be obnoxious; be respectful and courteous when you visit locations. It is reasonable to take photos from the sidewalk in front of a home and unreasonable if you walk across someone’s lawn to stick your face in their front window. Seriously, not cool. It is perfectly acceptable to speak with someone who may be outside when you visit. But please, do not bother the homeowners by knocking on the door and annoying them. Again, not cool.
Whenever I visit an establishment that was on film, I always ask permission before taking any interior photos. No one has ever told me no and I think they have appreciated my asking. Use your best judgement. When photographing houses, be sure you remain on public property such as the street or sidewalk. Always be respectful. Again, real people live in these homes.
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