To the casual observer, Andrew Reams appears to have an unhealthy obsession with elevators.
The 32-year-old Virginia man has spent almost two decades filming his rides up and down elevators.
He has also posted more than 800 videos of these joyrides on his Youtube account, where he ca
Jeremy Jojola, an investigative reporter from KOB-TV in New Mexico and a regular reader of Photography is Not a Crime, was arguing his right to videotape in the hallway of a courthouse this week when a bailiff called him “an asshole.”
He should be proud.
After all, I̵
Chandler Brown was illegally detained, then arrested for taking a photo of a cop and then had his photo deleted and his only concern is that the cop was chatting on Facebook?
I hope not, but that is how it appears in the news story, which states that Brown has made “startling accusat
In one of the most absurd incidents of the new year, a photographer in New York City is ordered to delete his images because he had photographed an open ATM as well as a Muslim.
Muslims have apparently gone from being scapegoat victims of racial profiling to protected denizens immune from
I’m the first to admit that I can be an asshole when confronted by some jackass who is ordering me to stop taking photos in public.
My reaction usually is to point the camera in their direction and snap away. That usually enrages them more, but I’m hoping it will eventually tea