Mike Johnston's weekly column "The Sunday Morning Photographer" is usually some inspiring reading. However, in this week's column (link on the front page of photo.net), he gave some "tips" on creative photography. One of which suggests "Pay somebody to enliven a scene....". I think that is a DANGEROUS advice to street photographers and would be an insult to HC-B and other honest street shooters. There is enough "reality TV" in our popular culture, why can't we leave photography alone? I also double if he had Magnum's permission to use HC-B's famous photo in that article (with or without HC-B's credit). What is your stand?