8 responses to What do Amish think about photography?
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    Lin
    Comment on Doyle Yoder Photography (July 18th, 2012 at 08:10)

    Doyle Yoder Photography

    Doyle Yoder Photography, Inc. has wonderful photos of Amish Country. His photo catalog can be viewed at www.dypinc.com. Doyle has photos of Winter, Spring, Summer, and Autumn in Ohio, plus 219 photos from other states, plus Birds and Blooms, Miscellaneous, and Railroads. It’s a real treat for sore eyes.

    Erik, I used the “Amish America sitemap to View all posts” in the left sidebar, between “Most Commented Posts” and “Categories,” to find this post.

    Doyle Yoder Photography

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    Rose (AmishInWisconsin.com)
    Comment on What do Amish think about photography? (June 2nd, 2013 at 12:09)

    Thank you for this post Eric. As always, I now have a clearer understanding on this subject thanks to your knowledge. I attended an Amish auction yesterday and they did not seem to mind the photographs we took.

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    Linda
    Comment on Donald Reese Photography (September 23rd, 2014 at 13:43)

    Donald Reese Photography

    Donald Reese Photography has quite a few photos in the Amish category, mostly from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. You can remember his name better if you think of Reese’s candy!

    http://reesephoto.me/category/photography/amish/

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    Mark – Holmes Co.
    Comment on What do Amish think about photography? (September 23rd, 2014 at 15:00)

    I was once stopped at a stop sign in town with my daughter with me on the buggy. A lady motioned with her camera and I figured she was asking if it would be okay to take our picture. I smiled as I shook my head no. Another woman with her told her friend “I never ask, I just take it,” and she did. The first lady is what we think of as a visitor — the second is what we think of as a tourist. :)

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    Naomi Wilson
    Comment on What do Amish think about photography? (September 24th, 2014 at 09:59)

    Mark, my dad spent his working career as a gunsmith at Colonial Williamsburg, and I got to work there too, as I was growing up. It was often hard to remember to be polite to “tourists,” even when that was exactly what we were paid to do! And the horror stories were numerous, although I can’t remember any of them now.

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    Mark – Holmes Co.
    Comment on What do Amish think about photography? (September 25th, 2014 at 07:57)

    I can imagine you have stories! Where I work we keep a notebook to write interesting tourist stories, questions, or comments in. Once it’s full, I think we should publish it. There are some winners in there! :)

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    Naomi Wilson
    Comment on What do Amish think about photography? (September 25th, 2014 at 08:43)

    That sounds quite fun and interesting, and like a great gift for my dad and others!

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