Dina Litovsky built a career on observing candid moments of various subcultures – with some of her best work taken candidly on the streets of New York. A few weeks after a photo taken by one of her former students, Paul Kessel, caused a ruckus on Twitter, Litovsky chimed in on the subject while also referencing two past articles on the subject of ethics and the legality of street photography.
In this episode of Vision Slightly Blurred, Sarah and Allen continue the discussion of photography and ethics.
Also in the show: Drew Gurian reveals how he captured Yo-Yo Ma for MasterClass and Aperture and Paris Photo announced their photo book awards.
We mention the following photographers, articles, and websites in this episode:
- How Drew Gurian Captured Yo-Yo Ma for MasterClass
- Drew Gurian
- Announcing the Winners of the 2021 PhotoBook Awards (via Aperture)
- Untitled by Sasha Phyars-Burgess
- What They Saw: Historical Photobooks by Women, 1843–1999
- Street Photography’s Snakes on a Train?
- The Sticky Issue of Consent in Street Photography
- Hold On to Your Masks (via NYT)
- Photographing Strangers, Part 1
- Photographing Strangers, Part 2