photographer's etiquette.


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May 23, 2005
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i know it has been posted quite a few times here. but i would like to compile a list of it because i know there's alot and this forum only puts a few.

sorry, i'm a newbie to this forum. so if i posted in the wrong section, i apologise for it.

help?
 

Klose

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1) If ppl don't wanna be shot don't go up close to them and try to get a shot use a zoom lens (applies to street shoots)
 

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Ask subject's permission before you take a picture. If he/she don't speak or understand your language, at least get his/her attention and point to your camera.
 

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behyx said:
Ask subject's permission before you take a picture. If he/she don't speak or understand your language, at least get his/her attention and point to your camera.
I disagree - we did that in Chinatown yesterday and the sweet old guy brought out a wig and glasses which he put on, completely transforming himself. Hysterical moment but candid shot lost (comedy shots gained I 'spose} :)
 

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