This sums up my feelings. The photographer should have a) explained his situation to one of the parents and asked for permission out of common courtesy b) maybe picked a practive session for grown men Dude might be legally entitled to take pics but it's still creepy as fuck. Hillary Duff still acted like an asshole. She could have had that conversation in private, putting that man's face on the internet was uncalled for. At the end of the day, I believe the guy that he doesn't mean any harm. Highly doubt there is an illegal deepweb marketplace for kids at soccer practice.It's a reasonable speculation but I personally don't think it's true (we'll never know anyways). All I know is that youth soccer rosters (especially 7yr old squads that don't play 11 vs 11) only have a handful of players and parents know each other from taking kids from/to practice and the games. Even if a parent attends a game/practice for the very first time, it would be super unusual not to introduce yourself and stand where all the other parents/coaches are standing. In this case (IMO) an unknown white/asian/hispanic man, that acted like this would have been confronted just as quickly.