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Thread: Street Photographers' Confrontational Policy?

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    Default Street Photographers' Confrontational Policy?

    I've been following this thread and giving my responses.

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showt...476312&page=11

    It seems there are some people who would actually go as far to hurt a person who objects to his/her photo being taken.

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    the fun of being confronted adds to the excitement of doing street photography. no?

    so far have not been confronted after i got the shot. they look at me. i stare back. case closed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flipfreak View Post
    the fun of being confronted adds to the excitement of doing street photography. no?

    so far have not been confronted after i got the shot. they look at me. i stare back. case closed.
    yes it does add to the excitement. i think the adrenaline rush comes from when u intend to take a photo of a subject intended and u start walking towards and pointing your camera at subject. i dont have my kit lens waiting to get a better walk about lol now using 10-22mm i dare not take pics of ppl so close lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by t3hkor View Post
    yes it does add to the excitement. i think the adrenaline rush comes from when u intend to take a photo of a subject intended and u start walking towards and pointing your camera at subject. i dont have my kit lens waiting to get a better walk about lol now using 10-22mm i dare not take pics of ppl so close lol
    but with the 10-22, u can stand beside them and they wouldnt know!

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    Default Re: Street Photographers' Confrontational Policy?

    Quote Originally Posted by flipfreak View Post
    the fun of being confronted adds to the excitement of doing street photography. no?

    so far have not been confronted after i got the shot. they look at me. i stare back. case closed.
    They stared at me. I used my camera to stare back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    They stared at me. I used my camera to stare back.
    thats a gun!

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