This gallery contains 12 photos.
This seems like obvious invasion of privacy to me. I will admit that in most of svenson’s work in this exhibition, I would say are not an invasion of privacy because they are so completely none recognizable to the peoples actual identity. Most images there is no way to identify a person unless it is the actual person looking at it because people know their own face better than anyone else. These two images above though I would say are pretty clearly recognizable. If a person saw this image and knew these people I would argue that they would be able to identify the person in these images and in that case is an invasion of privacy. These people in this image are obviously not expecting to have their photograph taken and I would argue are even assuming that these are private moments. I mean this guy sitting at his computer is shirtless and seems to be in his underwear, which I would say 99 percent of people would argue that is a moment that can be assumed private with reasonable expectations of legal rights to privacy in this moment. The children are even more of a problem because they do not have legal rights to defend themselves so with that in mind there should be no pictures taken of children without consent.
Wofford Photography Course Spring 2016
Digital Photography Spring 2016
Photography Spring 2016
Digital Photography // Spring 2016