David Saxe has an interesting article over at BlackStar on whether Street Photography should be protected for the photographer as a right to photograph people in public places — or whether it is “rude and offensive to photograph a subject when they are unaware and without permission. […] I even get the impression that they would like laws passed to enforce this notion.”
In this social age where privacy is being trampled right and left, we understand the desire to protect our privacy, but banning or outlawing street photography is not the way to go. David Saxe explores what a world without street photography would be like.
Read the article at: BlackStar.