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10/18/2005 08:52:12 PM · #1
I learned my photography in the old film days (remember film?). People were interested in what you were doing, could they get a copy, what kind of camera, and so on. I’ve only recently returned to the fray via digital and I now find people are much more suspicious, nervous and even secretive when they see a camera.

In the last couple weeks (1) I’ve been (almost) threatened with bodily harm for taking a few shots at a large open air fruit market…I put the camera away and bought some veggies…and (2) had a number of people bail me up angrily while I was shooting reflections in car windows (for the challenge). Is it just my failing memory of how it was? Or, is it just that…(gasp) people don’t like me?

10/18/2005 09:00:22 PM · #2
I don't like you either. hehe,

I've not experienced that problem. Maybe it's the earring, dark sunglasses, and the green fedora. You looka lika da spy. :o)
10/18/2005 09:17:54 PM · #3

L O L !!
10/18/2005 09:21:48 PM · #4
i've never had anyone approach me. neither with my Elan or my Rebel.
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