I recently attended a group physio/ rehabilitation session (to do with a chronic knee condition) This is at a private physio company at the cost of my employer. This time, I noticed a photographer was taking close-up pictures of the session. Being a shy type of individual I would have preferred not to have my photo taken but the physios asked if we minded and at the time I said along with other members of the group that it was ok. I noticed as the session went along that I appeared to be the photogs main subject along with the female physio I was working with. When I questioned at the end of the session I was advised that the photo's are for a "company brochure". Have now received a photo release form from the company which states I grant ******** the right to take photograps of me, and to copyright, use and publish the same in print and/ or electronically. I agree that ********* may use such photographs of me with or without my name and for any lawful purpose, including for example such purposes as publicity, illustration, advertising and website content. To sign or not to sign...that is the question?