I went back to the Occupy site outside St. Paul's Cathedral a few months later, just before it ended as part of a project for my degree where we had to focus on Realism. I wanted to investigate whether I could actually photograph without bias and capture exactly what I saw. Taking a 35mm as well as a digital camera, I stayed at the camp for 12 hours. I used a mixture of colour and black and white to also see whether there would be any difference in the perception of capturing reality.
My verdict was that despite taking various measures, the photographer will always look at the world with a point of view, and because you only have a small section of the world that can fit into the frame of the image, it is not possible to truly capture the complete truth.
Taken with b/w film on my Nikon FM2.