To those in favor of that beaver mouth scumbag aka GWC (guy-with-camera) being a victim of the lady models. I agree to shoot the models in their revealing outfit and cleavage area is not wrong.
How much they're willing to let you get away with photographing them in their somewhat revealing outfit does STILL require you ( male or female photographer) accord them the basis human respect, common decency and staying with the legal limits. The same goes for her too. They can't act in lewd poses and reveal more of their body in ways the law consider obscene. The outfits she worn, sexy as it may be, does not forfeit their rights to privacy. Where do you draw the line?
Anyone bothered to follow the link and read her story, she (claimed) that this guy took photos of not just their cleavage photos (which is fine if you are into that cheap thrill and she can't hold it against you far as I can tell) but UP-SKIRTS shots??? Up-skirt shots are crossing the line.
Anyone here want to tell me taking UP-Skirts photos are not wrong or legal here? Because if you do, can I meet your mother, wife, girlfriend or daughter to take shots of their panties and traces shape of their "you-know-what" as it's not wrong. Or are we putting up a special standard where if you dare wear something we DEEM SEXY like in a expo like this Motor Show or even actresses in sexy dresses, that mean it is open season on shooting whatever and however you like? Let these women's rights be damned?
I have no love for radical feminism but if what I have seen here were discussed in this way in other parts of the civilized world, you will be called a sexist, misogynistic, sexual bigotry, guilty of objectifying a female's body ....just to name some charges you will be labelled with. People have lost job, reputation or sued over such remarks. Be lucky you live here where you can still get away with it.