Lisa Henderson, Access and Consent in Public Photography

(Image Ethics, pp 91-107) I read this article as part of my last module, when I looked at access and agency. Henderson points out that the strategies of consent employed by photographers are in fact mostly concerned with gaining access for sufficient time to obtain the images required, which is really only consent to having one’s photo taken; explaining how those images will subsequently be used is not always part of the strategy. Continue reading “Lisa Henderson, Access and Consent in Public Photography”