A New Social Contract Between Photographer and the Rule of No Photography

A New Social Contract Between Photographer and the Rule of No Photography

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I almost thought this would be some sort of reply to the lashing to took on your ‘On Renegade Photography ‘ stunt.

    Sadly it looks like you are to ‘renegade’ to feel you need to reply to your peers. Remember, you brought it up in the first place…

    meh.

  2. Thomas Hawk says:

    Sadly it looks like you are to ‘renegade’ to feel you need to reply to your peers. Remember, you brought it up in the first place…

    Anonymous, check the original post, I’ve replied to most.

  3. John Rav says:

    Well, I would thank you for replying to your peers, but it looks like 5 of the 6 responses are additional questions. (Pretty shallow one’s at that.) When someone is uncomfortable (maybe deep down) with answering a question, they will often answer with another question.

    I noticed a theme to your renegade photography. You are hiding in a tunnel. Way to muster up some courage for your new ’cause.’

    If you cannot tell, I disagree with your cause and am a bit disgusted in how it goes against what you have stood up for so loudly in the past (the right to take pictures in public space.) It really just surprise’s me you do not feel it could cause damage to that real issue, that you have to go and try to make a case for this one.

    meh! I’ll now vote with my eye-balls and not be back here.

    Peace and good luck…