In class this week, we were instructed to photograph someone using a mobile device in a public place and manage the ethics of the photography as we would like. As we had just recently grasped the idea that as a society, we understand the shift from private to public space in terms of access and … Continue reading BCM241 Wk 6 – Street photography ethics
“Exhibitions of perpetrator photographs have been criticised for promoting voyeurism and extending suffering through the reiteration of images of human degradation,” explains Simon (2010, p.46). There are a number of ethical issues that arise when considering the way in which suffering is represented in the media. I want to approach this post in the loose … Continue reading BCM310 – THE OTHER: Which approach is more effective?