Who’s watching your feet?

One of the things about all these mobile devices we cart around these days is that we can take pictures whenever we want.

Wherever we want.

Of whatever we want.

And mostly people are oblivious of what we are taking pictures of (unless we asked them to smile and say CHEESE).

They either aren’t interested or we could be texting or tweeting or playing on an app.

Or we could be taking pictures.

Feet_and_shoes

Of anything.

And no one knew.

Its all slightly disconcerting.

7 thoughts on “Who’s watching your feet?”

  1. Grew up with this bloke, son of a parental friend, he went to jail after he was caught surreptitiously filming up women’s skirts in supermarket check out queues. He tried to argue the view was in the public domain or that it was just good old British eccentricity. Perve!

  2. Wow that is really weird. Its just struck me when I was on the tube that everyone was fiddling with their phone and that they could be doing something innocuous or they could be taking photos, or video or recording without people knowing. Its kind of like portable surveillance :S

  3. Wow that is really weird. Its just struck me when I was on the tube that everyone was fiddling with their phone and that they could be doing something innocuous or they could be taking photos, or video or recording without people knowing. Its kind of like portable surveillance :S

  4. Thanks. I did it in photoshop afterwards, though I’ve not fully explored the app to know if i could do it there. as well as the covert angle I was quite interested in the idea of th a journey and the presence or absence of the feet as a story :SAm working hard on improving my photography this coming year :)

  5. Thanks. I did it in photoshop afterwards, though I’ve not fully explored the app to know if i could do it there. as well as the covert angle I was quite interested in the idea of th a journey and the presence or absence of the feet as a story :SAm working hard on improving my photography this coming year :)

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