No, the DMCA prohibits the circumvention of an effective means of access control. There is no effective means of access control between the screen and the camera, so there is no circumvention.
This is called the "analog hole" and even the MPAA admits it is not a violation of the DMCA. in their brief on why people shouldn't be allowed to circumvent DRM on DVDs for the fair use purpose of criticism, they said that people wishing to make fair use could do so without running afoul of the DMCA by capturing the video on the screen with a digital camera.
However, Purgathofer is in Austria, where the prevailing law is the local implementation of the EUCD, not the DMCA. But like the DMCA, the EUCD protects effective means of access control, not analog reconversion. What's more, Austria has a "private copying right" that says that it is not an infringement to make copies for personal use -- provided no EUCD-violating circumvention takes place.