I'm going to be in a public area taking portraits of many people (for example, at a themed, public event, or while doing a 100 Strangers Project, etc..)
After taking someone's portrait, I want them to give them access to their portrait (and only theirs, not everyone else's).
So, given all the pictures I take that day, how can I keep track of all the photos (matching up them up with their portrait, and then providing them a way to see/share the photo)? Also, what token, if any, could I give them to find or receive their photo later on?
The ideal solution for me would
- give them access to only their portrait
- minimize the amount of personal information I get from them at the time of encounter (a name only, for example. The assumption is that people would not want to give out their contact information.)
- minimize wasting their time (in other words, be a socially elegant solution)
- maximize the amount of time I spend shooting while I'm out "in the field" as opposed to bookkeeping
I'm comfortable giving them my contact information.