donderdag 2 juni 2016

Asking permission to photograph people on the street.

Not asked.
Asked
Not asked
Asked. I must say that not asking gives sometimes a bit more spontaneous photo's. 

13 opmerkingen:

  1. The first photo of not asked is so candid. I usually ask if I want to do a facial close up. And I also explain they might end up my blog for all to see. Most people say yes.

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  2. Lindo gostei de ver.
    Continuação de uma boa semana.
    http://andarilharar.blogspot.pt/

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  3. They need another dog on the scooter, or how about a couple of cats?

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  4. I rarely ask people on the street for permission to photograph them, but then I don't often take pictures of people. I like the more "natural" candid shots where my subjects are unaware of what I'm doing. But I also try not to invade people's privacy. It is a fine line.

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  5. Fun to compare. Depends a lot on the situation if I ask someone's permission or not. In very public places I don't feel much need.

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  6. I know!I always ask--but then they ask me what do I do with the shoots??Hehe what to say?Reporter?hahah

    Nooo..therfor i do nature shoots..noo need to ask!

    Have a nice weekend SC!love your shoots !

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  7. People on the scooter seems to be happy in both images.
    By the way, do you have always time to ask?

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  8. I guess it depends upon the situation. There are many times when asking would spoil the shot and miss the moment. Nice post.

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  9. You may know the photographer's saying that it is easier to ask forgiveness than permission.

    I once got a shot similar to the bottom one while walking the streets of Versailles with Ciel de Quimper.

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