Paparatsi photographers

@brentjh (679)
Namibia
August 28, 2006 10:28am CST
what do you think? A bunch of vultures bugging famous people! Should there be a law against this? These people go to extreme lenghts to get that shot. Join the outrage here...
2 responses
@ossie16d (11827)
• Australia
5 Dec 06
In general if people put themselves up to the public, then they have to expect that the photographers will be there trying to get a good photo of them doing something "unusual". They too have to make a living and if the demand wasn't there for the photos, then they wouldn't have a job to do. There are, of course, when they do invade the privacy of the individual but you cannot on one hand "use" the media for self-promotion and then complain that they invade your space.
@brentjh (679)
• Namibia
5 Dec 06
Look I do understand that they want to get pictures of famous people. But when they go to the dangerous lengths they go... and also actually trying to get into your home - that's going over board and should be illegal!
@kataztrophy (1839)
• United States
25 Sep 06
Three words: They are useless. They will do anything to get a photo, even if that means putting someones life on the line( princess diana ).