Pattern Recognition for G20Voice

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Lucia De Berk - Out but not free

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NZ Internet Freedom BlackoutNew Zealand's new Copyright Law presumes 'Guilt Upon Accusation' and will Cut Off Internet Connections without a trial. is against this unjust law - help us

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The invitation to join the G20Voice bloggers is an honour that comes with serious responsibilities. I hope my images will speak for themselves. It would be great If they also give you cause to stop, think and maybe even laugh

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Jane Doe says:

I like that top one, looks like they're off in a world of their own

29th Mar 2009, 16:54

Anonymous says:

Great colours

29th Mar 2009, 16:58

krigeren says:

Great Work. Kepe the photos coming!

29th Mar 2009, 17:22

Javama says:

You're very clever getting these splendid portraits of people without them noticing.

29th Mar 2009, 17:35

Jane Doe says:

Got it! Reminds me of a Constuctivist poster

29th Mar 2009, 18:00

thank you all!

JD - :)

krigeren - sorry for the misunderstanding, I've emailed you

Javama - Thank you! Actually I try not to do that, and when I do I'll tell them I've done the portrait afterwards. I find the challenge is normally to get them to act naturally after they've realised I'm taking the shot!

Fortunately at the Putting People First demo it was clear to everyone in my line of site that the person lying in the middle of the road was taking their photo Indeed, a fair number took photos / videos of me too..

29th Mar 2009, 18:00

Javama says:

Even cleverer since I would never have guessed anyone knew they were in your sights. I do love the idea of you lying in the road taking photos and people taking photos of you lying in the road taking photos! Do people mind when you do get a sneaky shot and tell them afterwards?

30th Mar 2009, 11:29

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