Joanna Chiu reports:
Legal concerns have been raised that award-winning German photographer Michael Wolf violated the privacy of Hong Kong residents with his new series, “Window Watching”, in which he used a telephoto zoom lens to photograph people through their high-rise apartment windows.
The snapshots capture intimate moments in cramped flats. They show a woman helping a child with homework, a girl lying on a bed talking on the phone, a family watching television together and a man doing push-ups in his living room. In a few of the photographs, the subjects’ faces are clearly visible. In others, they are blurred or obscured by shadows and objects.
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