A seminar Exploring Society’s Suspicions of Photographers
House of Parliament. London – Wednesday 27th October 2010

“Which law would that be, officer?” David Hoffman, photographer

How To Change Attitudes – Summary, John Toner, NUJ Freelance Organiser

“Which law would that be, officer?” Chez Cotton, Head of Police Misconduct Department, Bindmans LLP

“Which law would that be, officer?” Introduction by London Photographers’ Branch (LPB) Chair Jess Hurd.

“What makes you think you can take my picture?” Anna Mazzola, solicitor, Hickman and Rose.

“What makes you think you can take my picture?” Professor Chris Frost, Head of Journalism at Liverpool John Moores University

Liberal Democrat MP Don Foster introduces the parliamentary seminar “Who’s Afraid of Photographers?”

Will Street Photography still be around in five years time?

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