Why Is Street Photography An Invasion Of Privacy?
It describes todays society one pic at a time. There’s a saying that goes “A picture is worth a thousand words," that is a very broad saying because of all the pictures out there in todays society. The main issue discussed was invasion of privacy through photography, which leads to a lot of aspects to it. Receiving consent is a major issue because, without earning consent it is considered harassment and invasion of privacy. Another point was where that photo will end up. The photo can end up anywhere to be honest, but once it is uploaded it can never get removed, whatever goes on the internet, stays onto the internet. This being said the photo can earn so much humiliation it 's actually very embarrassing. Lastly intruding into ones secluded property is another major point. With this comes the photographer sneaking onto private property and snapping pictures. Yet also, just the photographer outside the private domain not snapping photos is considered invasion of privacy and an harassment. The point is that we as humans should respect one another privacy no questions asked, because we wouldn 't like it if someone does this to us, coming and snapping photos of us and uploading it onto the web. We all should learn to keep our distance and know our rights because this can lead to some bad