Express Yourself. Personalize your card with an image of your choice. That is the claim made by Capital One for anyone who wants to have a personal photo put on a Capital One credit card. You can even design it yourself online with a photo you upload. But you cant use a hunting photo. Capital One considers them unacceptable. Thats what Lou Hinger of Hamburg, N.J., found out when she tried to design a credit card using a photo of her husband Frank, dressed in hunting gear, posing with a deer he had taken last hunting season. Hinger received an e-mail from Capital One that said, in part: Sorry, we were unable to approve the image you submitted. We will not approve any images that contain the following: Violence, hatred, or cruelty to humans or animals, profanity obscenities or any type of death imagery. We are livid, says Hinger, as we are God-serving Americans who hunt to feed our family. In these economic times our family is fed by hunting, and its horrible to be associated with words like hatred or violence. I tried to call for an explanation twice; no one will get on the phone. Also, their terms are vague. However, someone took the time to specifically write that response pertaining to our image. NRA-ILA :: OUTRAGE Of The Week: Capital One Rejects Hunting Photo for Image Card Translation: "You can put whatever you want, as long as it agrees with me."