It is good manners not to treat any local people as tourist attractions, props or objects. Special care must be taken in photography and other documentation when involving a private person outside the travel industry. A person wearing a Sámi dress and not directly involved in the travel industry must not be photographed without their consent. Persons not involved in the tourism industry do not wear the Sámi dress for the benefit of the visitors. If a person declines to be photographed or otherwise documented, their wish must be respected. Also, hesitation in giving the consent means no. Photographing children without their parents’ permission is prohibited. It is recommended not to photograph elderly persons. If, for example, even one person decides not to wear the Sámi dress to avoid being the object of a visitor’s camera, it is one person too many.