Well protected indeed, with cameras as well. What does a camera see if nobody is watching?
Juha, of photographs Ansel Adams said that there’s always 2 people concerned, even if no person is visible in the photograph: the photographer and the viewer of the photograph. Most probably it’s similar with such a CCTV camera, and therefore it must be Art!
This is the answer to the question, “What happens when Markus composes a picture and no blurry person walks or rides through the frame?”.
That’s the problem with signatory looks: You have to decide if you respond to expectations or risk something, failures to be accepted 😉
I really like Markus’ blurry person photographs, maybe because on most days I’m a blurry person myself.
Who is not, Juha, at least sometimes? And the blur can serve the additional purpose of protecting the blurred one’s privacy (at least so they believe – maybe its even more disclosing)
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