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Photographer Greg White took some pretty killer portraits of the journalists covering the Olympics. Check out the rest on his site below!
via Iain Claridge
Get to know the ACLU’s guide to knowing your rights.
Mickey H. Osterreicher, general counsel, National Press Photographers Association. New York Times Lens Blog, Criminalizing Photography
Professional and non-profressional photographers need to know their rights.
If you want to jump straight into the details, the ACLU writes about photographer rights here.
My favorite photographer: Robert Capa
What’s it like to witness a mob attack, a starving child or the aftermath of a bomb, and take a photograph instead of stopping to help? As two journalists are under fire for recording rather than intervening in a sex attack in India, Guardian asks people who know.
A very tough debate between ethical responsibility and photography. What would you do?
Here’s that post we mentioned a little while ago.