The Ethics Of Photographing Those Who Don't Want To Be Photographed

I always feel weird about taking pictures of people who don't want to be photographed, but journalistic photography often requires the shooter to capture everything and everyone in the scene, so subjects who don't want their face on film end up in the picture anyway.

And yet, as Simon Sharp points out in this article there must be a limit to who and what we photograph, even in a journalistic capacity, or else our photos will just come off as cruel.

He uses photos taken by award winning...

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