Please bear with me on this: For 40+ years I have been photographing tree and rocks (and gorillas!). They don't sue people! The following is a question I posted on the Leica Forum today. Please take a look, and read my question which follows: <p> "I recently (very recently...like a week ago!) acquired a nearly mint IIIF and a Imarec VIOOH viewer. I soon discovered that all I need is a high speed film (400-3200), zone focus from infinity to 8' at f/16 (more with a 35 lens), totally enclose the entire camera with my hands, leaving only the tip of the lens and viewer exposed, and I can move wherever and whenever without bothering anyone. New adventures! <p> Has anyone else discovered this particular attribute of the early Leica cameras?" <p> I have led a sheltered life! I want to start ""walking the streets and sucking up the oooze of life. I want to use the above mentioned Leica technique tp do this...like tomorrow...seriously! However, when I take photographs of total strangers, what do I do? ...walk up to them and say, "I've just invaded your privacy, please sign here!" <p> Many of you post images of street people...photographs I've hesitated to take due to privacy and legal issues. Seriously, what do you do (with photos like Jeff and Tony take and show here...in public) in order to get them on a web site, forum, or published without permission. This has been asked and answered before hundreds of times, but I still don't know the answer. <p> Any thoughts. Hey...I may have some "show and tell" on Monday!