Everywhere we go we are photographing and being photographed. We have so readily embraced photography as an essential aspect of our everyday lives that we aren’t able to see or even be aware of how rampant photography is being used.
While we are involved in the activity of photographing, we are also being captured. Some of them accidentally and others randomly by hidden cameras. (It is interesting how we use the words capture and shooting about photography. That will likely be discussed in a future issue.)
Not all photography is good. I’m not talking about ‘likes’ or the quality of a photo. Rather there are CCTV cameras everywhere we go. They are mostly hidden and for the most part we are unaware of their presence. So this issue is about surveillance.
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