Blonde girl in a candid street portrait

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Blonde girl in a candid street portrait
5 months ago

taken in Athens, Greece at the Constitution Square with a 200mm-equivalent telephoto, she didn't notice. C&C welcome!

216mm FOV (Canon EF 135mm f/2.8 Soft-focus on APS-C)

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Gallery: http://www.dpreview.com/galleries/5331216022
Street photography records social history and educates faraway people about everyday life but it couldn't exist if you had to ask the subject, nor you could expose injustice or protect civil rights. You can take and publish a photo of anyone in the street, or of police officers, children without parents' consent, or airports. The Soviet Union forced photographers to have the permission of a photo's subject before publication. Governments in the European Union and Canada try to outdo the Soviets with "portrait rights", "right to one's image", "personal data protection", "personality rights", "privacy rights" or the "right to be forgotten", criminalizing photography in public. Shouldn't we resist? Copy this and spread the word.

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