September 20, 2004
Capturing the general public as part of art

Does anyone have input for Anthony, who submitted this comment to my entry on UK public photography:

I am an artist working with photography and video. I am trying to negotiate through some of the complex issues raised by those people who get caught on camera in the background of recent work.

Can anyone tell me where I stand if the work will be for exhibition but not for commercial purposes (ie i will not receive or make a profit from its screening). Seeking permission and rendering people urecognisable has been I wide open to prosecution if I continue with this to the exhibition stage? Any help greatly appreciated
More related reading: The end of photoblogging?

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