I close-voted that this morning as a duplicate of How to make my mom respect my wish of not being photographed?
Basically, the OP had a problem with people photographing them, it included a rant on a past occurence, some very opinion based flame-bait, an enormous lack of detail (lacking a cultural background, info on the people that are taking these pictures, relation to the 'bullies', for example), it's about making people do something, which is considered a bad fit for IPS since you can't make people do stuff.
Trying to be helpful and leave the OP with at least some kind of answer to their question, I found the duplicate, which is, I agree, about dealing with a parent. The advice over there seems generic enough though that it might be relevant for future situations the OP finds themselves in too since they haven't specified the persons they're dealing with. I could also have closed it as too broad, unclear what you're asking, primarily opinion based or off-topic, it's just about what flaw you want to emphasize here.
I get it that some people might have disagreed with it being a duplicate, but it's up to the OP of a question to decide and describe how their question is different from the duplicate and to provide enough context. If the close-reason was wrong, why not take it to meta, but leave the question closed to be improved?
What makes this question good enough to be reopened without first editing it into shape?