Thursday, April 9, 2015

随机陌生人拍照 The 'Ethics' of Photographing Strangers ...



Taking pictures of strangers can be intimidating.
If you ask for permission then the moment may be gone, 
but if you don´t then you may have to deal with a bigger problem. 
Despite the ethics behind street photographing, 
I do agree that one can get addicted to it. 
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 早餐 Breakfast

Imbi Market, KL   
Olympus OMD EM1, m.zuiko 60mm f.28 
ISO 800 f2.8 @ 1/13

9 comments:

Cloudia said...

I prepare while looking elsewhere.
Take the shot quick!
Keep lens moving and "shooting" so looks like photoing site not 1 person.



ALOHA from Honolulu,
ComfortSpiral
=^..^=

Randy said...

Great shot.

s.c said...

I agree with Randy. Great.

whiteangel said...

It's not as easy as it looks doing street photography....I don't often do it due to the looks I get. Even when taking streetscapes when people are about gets me weird looks...lovely photo..

CQUEK said...

nice

Sciarada said...

A very beautiful pic, you've captured the moment !

Nicki said...

such a fine line between spontaneous creativity and being rude. My children get mortified when I snap pictures of people out in public despite my best efforts to explain what you have put into words so succinctly.

Excellent!

Thérèse said...

Addiction is good at times...

Karen S. said...

Beautiful! A moment caught in time!