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Taking street photographs in New York City? The New York Times reports that photographers are facing more obstacles when shooting in public. 
“Ever since Sept. 11, a photographer’s lot in the most photographed city in America has been one of increasing frustration. Police officers, security agents and private guards try to stop journalists and members of the public who are standing in the public way from taking pictures of public events and publicly visible scenes. Almost every time they do so, they are wrong.”
Read the full article:  A Reporter With a Camera Is Confronted on Second Avenue - NYTimes.com

onaissues:

Taking street photographs in New York City? The New York Times reports that photographers are facing more obstacles when shooting in public. 

“Ever since Sept. 11, a photographer’s lot in the most photographed city in America has been one of increasing frustration. Police officers, security agents and private guards try to stop journalists and members of the public who are standing in the public way from taking pictures of public events and publicly visible scenes. Almost every time they do so, they are wrong.”

Read the full article:  A Reporter With a Camera Is Confronted on Second Avenue - NYTimes.com