There is often much controversy over the ethics when it comes to street photography. Are there boundaries when it comes to street photography? If so, when is a street photographer too obtrusive? Where can one draw the line? Are there ethics in street photography?
- Mike Avina: “Expression Always Has Costs: The Issue of Street Photos and Ethics”: Link
- Nick Turpin: “Why is he pointing his camera at me?”: Link
- Brouhaha in Sweden following Award to Paul Hansen for his Image of Fabienne Cherisma: Link
- Photojournalism isn’t always as it seems (Video) – Link
- Go out in public and ask 3 people to pose for you a certain way. Write about their reactions in your weekly journal.
- Final street photography essay and images due on your blog.
- Is Street Photography Ethical? Link
- Street Photography Ethics and Respect Link
- The Ethics of Street Photography Link
- An interview with Eric Kim and the BBC Link