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    Default Street Photography-Photographing the street photographer?

    More or less i am guessing that everyone in one occassion or another has been snapped by street photographer. Chances are these said photographers would then use the photos either for exhibition and possible sales.

    now imagine this scenario...after being snapped by the photographer, you take out your own camera and then snap the photographer back plus a few more shots of the photographer street actions.

    just to ask, has anyone ever done the scenario above?
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    Seen it happen lots of times, at least the tog hoot the other tog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reportage View Post
    More or less i am guessing that everyone in one occassion or another has been snapped by street photographer. Chances are these said photographers would then use the photos either for exhibition and possible sales.
    can the person being shot sue or damages? can u sell the photo without releases (assuming of course ur selling to some anal-retentive companies)?
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    You only can sell the photo without releases if the subjects faces isn't clear I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoricko View Post
    You only can sell the photo without releases if the subjects faces isn't clear I think.
    Thats only for Stock pictures i think...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reportage View Post
    Thats only for Stock pictures i think...
    but even for stock fotos, photos with a person in it, altho face is not shown or not visible, still need a release...or am i mistaken in this?
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    difficult to shoot the other street photographer. bcos he would be hidden from view!

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-setting View Post
    difficult to shoot the other street photographer. bcos he would be hidden from view!
    unless he's the brave one going around asking for permission to shoot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B-setting View Post
    difficult to shoot the other street photographer. bcos he would be hidden from view!
    Rangefinder shooter at least can show half his face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cy_j View Post
    Rangefinder shooter at least can show half his face.
    like a sniper is it?

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    Default Re: Street Photography-Photographing the street photographer?

    Anyone tried street-shooting a street photographer shooting another street photographer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lypklypk View Post
    Anyone tried street-shooting a street photographer shooting another street photographer?
    Yeah, ended up with a photo of someone taking a photo of someone taking a photo of someone.

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