Ethics photography means photographing and documenting people, places and events that are of great interest or, in some cases, vital to the preservation of democracy. Sometimes the ethics of photographing people and their families will be important. And, often, photography will be an integral part of a documentary.
It is up to you to decide what’s right for you, your film, your subject and your film maker.
What are ethical photography rules?
1. You MUST ask permission of each individual you use. If you have any doubts, please seek the approval of your crew.
2. You MUST ask permission for all pictures in the process of making a film. If you want to use photos of someone who has already made an official request (like in the case of children or pets), you are welcome to do so as long as you are not abusing the image or trying to make use of this person for an artistic purpose.
3. You need to understand that photography is highly experimental. For example, you may be able to make a photograph out of things that you find fascinating. However, this means that you may never have a photograph that you are happy with; this could even destroy the work you have already made.
You’re a photographer and you work hard to make money. You know all of the “rules” of making your next picture. You take hundreds of shots every day, but you never get any good stuff. You’re tired and you have more to do with whatever energy you have left in you. You go to sleep late, and you wake up tired to get to work again. It’s like your whole world has stopped spinning. Then one day, one small photo pops up to put you in order. There’s a simple, beautiful note inside. You start over, and you go into the day knowing that you made one good picture and you know that you have more to do.
You wake up the next morning to a new start, filled with fresh ideas and with fresh energy. You start over. You start over again. You get to do that kind of work when you need it, even when you feel like your body is breaking down. Because the good stuff will always come, regardless of whether you’re physically weak or sick. Because you never lose, no matter what.
That’s what our Kickstarter is for; to help us develop this vision of a photography game that you play, and that we believe in. We want this
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