Photographers Fight For Rights From a Trigger Happy Society

The Australian Culture bans photos in public places as Photographers fight to preserve Artistic Expression

In an ever evolving world of communication, technology, and networking, it seems only natural that society becomes more open and accepting of artistic expression. However, it boggles the mind that the Australia Society is taking so many steps back towards the medieval days.

The Aussie Culture has been dropping the Ban Hammer on the use of Photography in public places. More and more, artists are stripped of their right of artistic expression.

Celebrated Photographer Ken Duncan fights for the rights of Photographers in Australia

Places like Bondi Beach, Sydney Harbour, and Uluru are legally off-limits from photographers. Even renowned panoramic photographer, Ken Duncan, was barred from taking photos of his own children at a swimming pool.

If this trigger-happy, iron-fisted styling of ruling is permitted to continue, not only photographers, but artists of all sorts will face unfair lockdowns. Imagine one day not being allowed to Photograph, Draw, or Paint images of the Sydney Opera House!

It may seem like a silly idea, but it is not as far off as it seems. To this end, Ken Duncan, along with many of Australia’s leading photographers are leading the charge this August 29th in Sydney.

Visit Ken Duncan’s Facebook page by CLICKING HERE, read more into the event and join your colleagues as they make a stand. Don’t let the anyone take away your rights as an artist. Remember, you are a photographer, not a criminal!

Visit Ken Duncan’s web page to see more inspiring work!

Arts Freedom Australia Protest Rally

Time 10:00am – 12:00pm

August 29

Campbells Cove, Sydney Harbour

Happy Hunting,

Jerrel Dulay


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One response to “Photographers Fight For Rights From a Trigger Happy Society

  • Richard Ingram

    Since 9/11 the world has become a mad and scary place, I do not know what the government plans to get out of banning the ability to photograph any and all of this countries amazing and unique landscapes and landmarks.

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