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And all the discussion in the world about copyright infringement is not going to be helpful here.
But there is a way to empower ALL the sides in this issue — the image makers, the people who ENJOY being photographed, and those who don’t.
The issue is one of culture, of what kind of experience you will have at Burning Man.
And the issue is respecting each other, including the desire to let what happens in the desert stay there.
Last week, the organization gathered photographers, videographers, artists, event leaders, legal experts, technologists and just plain good thinkers to explore the ramifications of the digital revolution.
Are Burning Man’s policies and procedures still up to the task of protecting privacy, preventing commercialization while still nurturing the creative image-making process?
Burning Man has always said it was fine to share your pictures among your friends and family.
(People ask for copies of pictures that I have taken of them all the time. I’ve never sold a single picture that someone has asked for.What happens to the privacy rights of, say, a schoolteacher who enjoys the freedom and empowerment of the Critical Tits bike ride?Should she have to worry when she gets back from the desert that her picture will be easy to find on the internet?—– Ok, so now you’re back from the event, and if you are a serious photographer, you have hundreds, maybe thousands, of pictures. Can you have a gallery show, or produce an art book? You can only buy two things at Burning Man: coffee and ice.For years, Burning Man’s answer has been mostly yes. I don’t think there is any desire to add pictures to that list.