I have a new toy. It has the stamp of Hollywood cliche "if it fell in the wrong hands ... etc, etc." all over it. It's a modest 4 plus megapixel digicam that could elevate any visual moron into an art genius. It's really a no-brainer to use. Just train the cam on a subject, press the shutter, viola! -- Art! But, there is hardly any profit to be made shooting zen-picturesque waterfalls, sunsets and your mixed-breed canine best friend nowadays. Besides, where's the thrill in that?
I, on the otherhand, would rain paparazzi hell on unwitting twosomes concealed in the cover of darkness. Parking lots. Fire exits. ATM booths. Condemned buildings. Memorial parks. Public restrooms. From garden-variety liaisons to the perverse. The list goes on. The potential for antecedent exposes and the consequential extortion is nearly boundless.