Psychogeography – Pseudo-Public Space in London

Copyright Ronn Thwaites 2018
Copyright Ronn Thwaites 2018

The creeping rise of pseudo-public space in London has started to impact on quite a few street photographers many of whom have blogged about it

Personally I’ve never had a problem so far; my camera setup is quite discrete so I think I get mistaken for a tourist most of the time!

On the one occasion I was approached I carried on as though I hadn’t heard the security guard and then walked on. They didn’t say anything else and left me to get on with taking a few more photos

You can read an interesting article in the Guardian newspaper which gives a lot more detail on this new phenomenon here

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