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  • WomensNews WomensNews says:

    P.S. I photograph everywhere, but some countries have different laws. For the most part in the West, photography in public is allowed without permission. I am a firm believer of, “It’s easier to ask for forgiveness than it is to get permission.”

  • RMAU RMAU says:

    Simply put, applying cognitive friction to street photography means that the image changes or acquires different meaning based on our current or present emotion. If you are an interaction designer you want less cognitive friction but if you are a photographer you want more.

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