I agree with InterceptingLight's comment - cameras in ANY LTC facility or hospital for that matter are strictly forbidden on the floor, or should be. It is a privacy violation, as there are horror stories of horrible people taking pictures of their patients' conditions, peri-areas, etc. and posting them on the internet, facebook, emailing, etc., thinking that they are funny. If your DON is worth her salt, and if she is aware of the photo, she will deal with the photographer by at least suspending them, putting them on probation, or hopefully flat-out firing them. If not, you should point this out to her, that photography is a privacy issue, and your facility undoubtedly has a policy regarding it. Additionally, if the photo is the issue she brings up, get those other nurses who were there to vouch for you and you will be fine. Finally, if you are reprimanded for this incident by a DON who doesn't have a clue what she is doing, you need to take it to the next level - your administrator, corporate office (if your LTC is part of a larger corporation), or the owners. Good luck.