Travelling Street Photography Resources

rainy street photography walkBeing a street photographer I know that I am taking photographs of people in a public space. I certainly don’t want to hurt anyone, nor embarrass them with my street photography. Neither do I want to fall foul of the law in the country I visit.

Street photography often entails photographing people in public. What is the law in different countries?? How have courts interpreted the law in practice? The link below gives some insight…

I have argued with many people online about our duty as street photographers to be careful of the feelings of others. Writing in English obviously captures a large English and American audience. Many British and American street photographers seem to think that what they do at home is allowed elsewhere. This is not the case…

The following Wikimedia Commons Article: Photographs of identifiable people can help to grasp what is acceptable abroad when doing street photography.