I'm in a class on death and dying. Its sorta cool-- it gives insight on how cultures deal with death, and how this can be used by health care professionals and others to overcome cultural boundaries and such. One of our assignments is to visit a funeral home, interview the director, and tour the facilities. I was wondering, do you suppose it would it be generally frowned upon to bring my camera and take pictures? Obviously I wouldn't take pictures of grieving families (unless they wanted me to, but I really doubt that), but there are other interesting things I might photograph, such as memorials and murals. What are some of your thoughts?