If this is for the gas station shops, it's always been in the guidelines on the shops I do for them. That's been almost a year now.
I just take pictures of the person from the neck down.
Normally, I then show them the picture to ally any fears they may have about having their picture taken.
Or you can just open the picture in an editing program and crop out the top of the photo that shows the employee's face.
Can you crop your face onto the employee body? Then you can tell them you removed their face and replaced it with your own :-P
Or maybe put a cartoon character picture on the face instead. I remember a thread not too long ago that got political. Maybe some shoppers will now post the Joe Biden "I did that" picture as the face of the employee.
Sounds like a poorly written guideline. Why not say "take the employee picture from the neck down?"
One of the gas stations, Not really sure which one it was has had a standing rule not to take any pictures of any faces at all. And it seemed like a really good rule to me, so I started, not taking pictures of anybody's face at any of the gas stations. ????
Yeah, I got a reduced score and an e-mail that in future take the employee photo from the neck down. I suppose they are checking for name tag/station/brand logo and uniform. This is the brand I used to associate with the winged horse (Pegasus? ).
I didn't mind the reduced score, since I haven't the slightest idea how to "crop" or alter a photo in any way.
Unobstructed full face selfie of shopper. But crop out faces of others.
Is my face supposed to be in the safety vest pic? I hold the tablet up in front of my face so they can see my safety vest, not my face.