Monday, 20 July 2009

It's Not a Crime (and I'm not a terrorist either).

Photographers are fed up with being regarded with suspicion by Uncle Tom Cobbly an all. Paranoia has reared its ugly head in the streets, and too often we are hassled by all sorts of busybodies as we go about a perfectly legitimate activity: taking photographs in public.
Thankfully, The British Journal of Photography has started a neat little campaign, aimed at creating awareness and changing public conceptions of this issue. Photographers both amateur and professional are encouraged to upload pictures of themselves like the lovely ones below, taken by Justin Canning.
If you want to take part, please feel free to follow this link.

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