I’m Like a Butterfly
I’ve tweaked the layout just a bit. The photo (which will be updated with each new entry) was taken while I was in the city, I really like the contrast of the dark birds against the washed out sky. ETA I changed the photo. Because I wanted to. This butterfly was shot at the nature museum.
Is a person with a DSLR or a more “professional” looking camera more likely to be harassed while out shooting compared to a person with one of those teeny point and shoot cameras? Why or why not? I do think that people with a DSLR are harassed more which doesn’t really make sense. A photo of a building is still a photo of a building regardless of the camera used to take the shot. Why are people so threatened by photography? Would you be uncomfortable if you were in a public place and a person took your photo? Why or why not? Would you be more comfortable if the person introduced themselves, handed over a card with their name, email, and URL, and asked to take your photo? I am really curious about this. I want a lot of responses about this because I’ve been thinking about this topic for quite a long time now.
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