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And this isn't to say that every paparazzi photo of a child that isn't posed (some are posed, you know) was taken maliciously or that every celebrity despises the paparazzi all the time—some celebs don't mind them so long as everyone behaves themselves.
But the famous do not owe their public (no matter how much fans might have shipped Mila and Ashton on Actors, artists, athletes, royals, etc.
Meanwhile, though we're not yet operating in a media landscape where to share or not to share is left up entirely to the discretion of the parents, there is no such thing as reasonable "public demand" for baby pictures taken by whatever means necessary. After years of regularly utilizing the supply provided by the ever-swarming shutterbugs, a few years back a number of outlets (including this one) stopped publishing photos taken of kids that aren't sanctioned by their parents, taken in a setting where professional photographers are known to be chronicling the happenings, like at a red carpet premiere or a sporting event, or posted on the parents' (or trusted friends' or family members') social media accounts.
Jennifer Garner and Halle Berry were among the famous parents who went to bat to help decrease the supply, calling for harsher repercussions for intrusive paparazzi in California after having too many photographers get in their kids' faces.
Last year the mother of two offered up a knowing photo of her younger child, Delta—a far-away shot of a small silhouette in the ocean that's mostly Shepard.
They turn to show different colours when they are bitter.
"The next day, there ain't no paparazzi pictures, 'cause mama knew how to hide that camera. And so now his picture is out there and I didn't need it to be!
" "But you have a beautiful baby," offered Meyers, whose son Ashe makes frequent appearances on his own Instagram.
As it turned out, she had done a perfectly good job hiding him in the first place."I'm like, 'I've got to put this picture out before the paparazzi.
I don't want them to make money off our child and have the first picture.' So, I posted the damn picture," Banks recalled.