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The Peasants are Revolting

I was in Columbus Ohio yesterday where there was a Women's Rally & March against Trump. Some interesting placards !


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Re: The Peasants are Revolting

Nice set paul I like them
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Re: The Peasants are Revolting

Love the first and last! One could describe these women as outspoken!
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Re: The Peasants are Revolting

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Love the first and last! One could describe these women as outspoken!
They do make some excellent points, don't they?
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They do make some excellent points, don't they?
They sure do!
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First time i ever considered dating a cannibal
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Wish I knew a cannibal .... or two
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Re: The Peasants are Revolting

Nice set.

As a matter of interest are there any issues with taking photos of people in public places in the USA?
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Re: The Peasants are Revolting

I think you were brave yo take these photos Paul, though I guess you were promoting their cause...

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Re: The Peasants are Revolting

Great set.
As long as you’re on public land, in the US you are protected by the First Amendment (free speech) and can take any images you like.
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Re: The Peasants are Revolting

Most of the demonstrators were only too pleased to be photographed. Not only do they want to publicise their cause, but it plays to the American dream of being a Hollywood star!
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Re: The Peasants are Revolting

I took informal photos of a LGBT+ Pride event in Nottingham last year. Loads of folk wanted to pose for me (a camera which looks a bit bigger than a phone helps here), and crowd scenes in which individuals aren't easily identifiable are relatively uncontroversial. Some of my photos of crowd scenes were a bit zoomed in so that individuals could be identifiable, but there was I think a general atmosphere of consent to photography even if I couldn't ask everyone. In other contexts, some people get very upset and even angry if kids are in a candid photo (even if it's perfectly legal, taken from a public place, and even if they're not particularly large in the frame or identifiable). Papparazzi type photography capturing and publicising unflattering images of celebs feels a bit unethical. In some cotexts (mainly when used for commerical purposes) model consent forms are apppropriate. The legal situation and ethical climate vary from country to country. Sometimes feels like a bit of a minefield, even if one has positive intent. Are there any published guidelines?

P.S. - would it be better for me to pose this question in a different part of the forum? Just remembered this is Photo Fair.
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Re: The Peasants are Revolting

“would it be better for me to pose this question in a different part of the forum? Just remembered this is Photo Fair.”
Probably a better idea.
Specifically wrt Paul’s set, the photographer in the US is protected for what’s called ‘editorial and fine art use’. That includes publication on social media and in the press, plus they can be used in media that are sold (e.g. as prints or in a photo book, or one about lgbt politics, say). You wouldn’t be able to use them in an advertising campaign, however, without a model release for identifiable people.
Inevitably there are some grey areas round the edge, but that’s about it.
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Re: The Peasants are Revolting

The main issue, as I remember, is that you aren't using the photos for any commercial purpose. Although that does vary a bit state to state, and some states' courts, especially southern ones, are inclined to impose punitive damages. Of course, there is also the issue that, if someone decided to take a photographer to court, the cost of defending a suit could well be prohibitive, whether the photographer won or not. I don't see why that would become an issue with this subject matter, though,.
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Re: The Peasants are Revolting

Excellent set Paul
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