|Someone says an example of 'a good eye'|
What I will say is that it felt good to be told (not sure by whom) that one one picture 'Well Done, you have a good eye' and also find that another image has been re-tweeted.
Taking Public Photo's
One of the big topics on the Business of photography course I recently attended at CityLit was taking photo's in public, there are always issues around pictures that include children but I hope the one below is not controversial.
I recall when I first started taking photo's their was (in the UK) no issue but I think at this time I was really only aware of taking photo's of people in the family or those who wanted a photo taken.
Later on traveling to other countries and experiencing other cultures I was slightly bemused by the idea that permission should be sought from 'the public' and that some people thought that a picture would 'capture their soul' (perhaps it does?)
Now I suppose we've nearly gone full circle although it's legal and legitimate to take pictures in most public spaces there are clearly 'good practices' that should be observed - as Grant though pointed out there does seem to be a different set of rules for children in Gaza as opposed to those outside a local school in England.
The lines are of course blurred (as Robin Thicke would say) with the widespread use of Camera-phones and Tablets to capture some pretty high quality (in terms of pixels) images and the rise of the 'Glass-holes'.
|Warning - A Public occasion -may include children|
|Where's the wedding Planner when you need 'em (and the Photographer too)|
|Well done! You've got a good eye.|