Do you have the balls to argue with a police officer? Apparently you have the right to, at least in London. In most countries, taking photographs in public is allowed (even of private property, as long as you are not physically in the property). Do you agree with the approach these photographers are taking to defend the right of their cameras and photography?
Want to know how DSLRs and Micro Four-Thirds work? Want to know if the Micro 4/3 camera can live up to the DSLR’s image quality? What is that clacking sound on the DSLR when you take a picture anyway? Find out by watching this fantastic, plainspeak explanation!
Eric of Eric Kim Street Photography and Kai Wong of Digital Rev, the sarcastic camera reviewer from Hong Kong meet. This video is funny and useful not for its review of the Leica, but for the way two different people shoot in the streets. Eric is a bit more for the “interact and say hi” shoot, whereas Kai shoots quietly from the background. Have you thought about which style you prefer? (by the way Eric inspired me to swap to the Leica M6… interesting how he combines it with flash)