When taking street photographs, you may risk being accused of voyeurism and stalking. You should stick to your ethics while enjoying the excitement felt while hunting for street photos.
Voyeruism, stalking and ethics are subjects I touch upon in my humourous 28-page booklet, which came to being during a long and strict Corona quarantine lockdown.
In case you do not know: Street photography must take place in public spaces, it must involve people and it has to be candid. This means that the photographer must not influence the scene photographed and the people must not know that their photos are being taken. Hunting for good photos thus becomes a challenging and sometimes dangerous passtime.
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Second edition: October 2020