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« Reply #20 on: January 08, 2014, 07:30:50 AM »

Do you think this is streetphotography?
In this case an accident is filmed and there is an discussion with a police officer. This is very special.

I mean streetphotography is more capture moments in everyday life and not capture accidents.

But you can see it in this way. Then I would say this is an example of paparazzi-streetphotography and I prefer fineart-streetphotography.

May be in this way.
I'm not sure I want a policeman to decide what is art and what is not, and in any case the law does not draw distinctions according to the pretensions of the photographer.
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