Hi, I read a great thread here discussing the laws of photography in Canada but it didn't answer my question. I have a personal photo shoot I want to do but wanted to check with you guys first. Me and my dance partner want to take some dance photos on a beach (Toronto Islands or another beach). We will be just using the point and shoot camera unfortunately and taking the photos ourselves. Luckily I am an artist and designer. But the problem is... The nature of our dance calls for us to be in costumes - think flowing silk veils, sequins, exotic jewellery, and long hair - an elegant, tranquil shoot before and at sunset. Due to the costumes, it will create quite a scene for any passerbys. I was thinking monday will have less people. I read that if no one will be harmed financially then we can take photos. Also, we are just two citizens who want to take photos on a beach - the only difference is us wearing the costumes! The photos will be used on our dance website. It will just be the 2 of us in costumes with a tripod. So what do you think? This is probably a really basic question...any help is appreciated!