No wonder they didn’t want me photographing the storefronts

Some of you might remember that a couple of months ago, I had an incident where a store owner overreacted to my photography as I was working on an article for MiamiBeach411.com.

I received a lot of flak over that incident from people accusing me of not respecting the woman’s personal space, never mind the fact she was the one who got in my face.

As I continued working on the article, I learned that some of those shops had been sued by Microsoft for selling unlicensed software. I also learned that at least one shop owner (PC DIY Center) was flagrantly dishonest about his return policy.

As I finished the article, I realized it was no wonder why this one shop owner became extremely paranoid when I started photographing her storefront.

I doubt I will ever return to this area to purchase any electronics. There are numerous reputable places online that rival their prices.

Here is the article.

Some of you might remember that a couple of months ago, I had an incident where a store owner overreacted to my photography as I was working on an article for MiamiBeach411.com.

I received a lot of flak over that incident from people accusing me of not respecting the woman’s personal space, never mind the fact she was the one who got in my face.

As I continued working on the article, I learned that some of those shops had been sued by Microsoft for selling unlicensed software. I also learned that at least one shop owner (PC DIY Center) was flagrantly dishonest about his return policy.

As I finished the article, I realized it was no wonder why this one shop owner became extremely paranoid when I started photographing her storefront.

I doubt I will ever return to this area to purchase any electronics. There are numerous reputable places online that rival their prices.

Here is the article.

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Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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