We were given a task to re-visit the streets where we had previously photographed and to take portraits of people. When going back to these streets I found it hard to photograph people so I decided to take photos of people moving around. From doing this I came across a particular person that made himself very clear that he did not want his photograph taken, and had told me that I hadnt taken his photograph. From me trying to explain to him that I hadn’t and that I was trying to get shots of people moving about, and that I was using a pin-hole camera so the images wouldn’t be as clear as a normal lens, and that all that was happening to these images would be that they would appear in my sketchbook and not on the internet. He was still not happy and told me to give him the film, I tried persuading with him further and showed him my student ID, but he still didn’t want to know. He said that I should’ve used a digital camera so that I could prove I hadn’t taken his photo and could delete anything that he wasn’t happy with, but because I had not he wanted the whole film. So after trying to persuade him to see that this would be affecting my university work he still didn’t care. So I gave him the film, and he walked off. And there was one pissed off Larissa left.