Hi everyone, long time lurker, first time poster. I currently have a Canon Rebel T5, and I am purely a hobbyist -- I like to photograph wildlife, my dog, ect. Keeps me entertained and I love capturing memories. Here is my question: For a long time I've been very involved in working with the homeless population around my city, both directly on the streets and through shelter work and working with organizations. For a while I've had an idea for something, however I'm not sure if I would need to go through having people sign a release for this. Here's what I would like to do: I'm sure some of you have heard of the Humans of New York page on Facebook. My idea is, I would love to start a similar Facebook page for my own city, focused on homeless people only; in which I photograph the homeless population and share their stories and photos in a similar manner. My city is filled with a very large homeless population that line our streets, and over the years I've gotten to know them and hear their stories. Some are tragic, some amazing, some will make you laugh, and many will make you cry. Much of the homeless population on the streets around my city know me from helping them over the years and I felt a project like this would shed light on these individuals and help people begin to see the homeless as human beings as opposed to just a beggar on a street corner, as so many view them. However, I'm not sure how to even begin. It would all be non-profit, just me quoting a bit of their story and taking a few photographs, and putting them on the Facebook page that I would create for this project. Would I need these people to sign a release form of any kind to take their photo? Is there anything else I would need to do? I've had plenty of people over the years ask to take my photo or video record me, either for school projects or a news segment, ect. and I've never been asked to sign anything. I'd love insight on this! Thanks so much!