The second job was at the Goodwood revival (gallery here). Rowan Atkinson was judging the static aircraft display and he is well known for his dislike of being photographed.
This is a little dilemma for me; I believe strongly in the rights of press freedom and the right for photography in public but I also believe in the right to privacy. For example I would never photograph someone in a private situation where they did not want to be, nor would I follow/chase in public to get a shot. If they pose in a private situation, that is another matter.
Again, this was a public event and therefore I believe it is important that the press do take photos. There was an official photographer covering the judging and it could be argued that this is all that is required but surely varied shots from different view points is a good thing from a publicity point of view.
Yes, I shot quite a few frames making sure I got a photo of Rowan looking at me, with his eyes open in different situations. I think I succeeded.