I have a daughter studying at kindergarten.
One day her teacher said to me that the class was taking a photo of its students (like a photo of a group of students in the same class. it seems like people say "a group photo of the class" but I am not sure)
So, if my daughter wanted to join, then she would appear in "that group photo".
Now, I wanted to ask my daughter to see if she wanted to appear in the group photo.
There are many things I am not so sure
First, I think "your photo" means "a photo of you"
So, "Look at the camera. I am taking a photo of you" and "Look at the camera. I am taking your photo" are the same.
The Oxford dictionary has this phrase "to have your picture/photo taken".
So, we can say "Do you want to have your photo taken?"
I am not sure if we can say "Do you want to have a photo of you taken?"
Anyway, get back the question.
I want to now if my daughter want to have "a group photo of the class with her in it"
Is it correct for me to say to my daughter like this "Do you want to have your group photo of your class taken?"?