Watching You Watch Me is a series of portraits of passers‐by looking at themselves in a mirror. Taken without them being aware, thanks to a system of windows transformed into a one‐way mirror, these images open the debate about copyright in public areas and the photographer‘s responsibility regarding this issue.
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