> Out of respect I did not shoot it because I think these people have a hard enough life already. ( Life in a wheelchair in general, but also the stares and looks such a person has to handle within a day to day life)
I think that people are very different. Someone in a wheelchair could be more positive than another one with good health (even in a case of much harder life). So, different people would react differently based on a fact that they are photographed. (E.g. healthy man might become angry because he has bad mood or something like that). But I prefer to avoid to photograph such people. I believe that if such a disabled person is photographed then a photography with him should have a message which much more valuable than just a fact of disability (e.g. a photography which is a part of a project which transmits strong sense of humanity).
> I am wondering what you would guys do in such a situation?
I avoid such a situation because I’m not able to make from such situation a message which is better than the situation (at first glance).
> And are there any situation/people you would not shoot?
I like what has been written by Eric in his many articles in his blog. I like to ask my self: would I like to be photographed in such situation? But… the problem is that me is not somebody else… In generally I don’t like to be photographed. And I’m not sure that healthy people who was photographed by me would be happy if they accidentally discover a photography with them on internet… But I still photograph them. In the same time I consciously avoid to photograph any situation/people with any hint about suffering/misery. The reason is that life is full of suffering and misery and it is very easy to meet this everyday (in one measure or another of severity). Much more harder is to make earth a better place to live. And I believe it is possible to make it better by means of good (humane) photography.