My experience is you go places and people will always be like “Take a picture of this, take a picture of that.” Most of the time you just don’t do it. Other times—especially if it’s kids—you take a picture just to get them off your back. In this case, I wanted to see what was going on at the funeral, and I wanted to take pictures of people there, and honestly I didn’t even think to ask, “Hey, can I see Ahmed’s face?” But the brother was like, “I want you to and I want the world to see who my brother was. I want you to record his face.” So my needs or desires of what I wanted to accomplish meshed with what this man wanted, which was for his brother to be memorialized in some way. There’s a fine line between taking a picture that someone wants you to take and that actually being something you need and want. As a photojournalist, you need to be careful that you’re not subject to propaganda or set-ups.