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Week 9: “Ethics in Street Photography”. Street Photography Rights? “The right of a person to privacy in a public place is equal to the right of the photographer.

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1 Week 9: “Ethics in Street Photography”

2 Street Photography Rights? “The right of a person to privacy in a public place is equal to the right of the photographer to take a photograph in a public place.” – Nick Turpin

3 Empathy in Street Photography

4 Street photography of homeless/destitute people?

5 Controversy At the Swedish Picture of the Year Awards, photojournalist Paul Hansen was recognised as International News Photographer and won the International News Image for his image of Fabienne.

6 Fifteen year-old Fabienne Cherisma was shot dead by police at approximately 4pm, January 19th, Photo: Paul Hansen

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