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    Subscriber Member TRSmith's Avatar
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    Your Rights as a Photographer

    I wasn't real clear on where this might be appropriate, so I've selected this section of the forum. The following link briefly outlines your rights to take pictures in public places and also provides links to more in-depth writing on the subject.


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    Re: Your Rights as a Photographer

    Related to this on Mike Johnston's site are two excellent essays and a video linked by the common theme that photographers must fight the notion that some how a connection between photography and terrorism exists.
    This is an issue all of us who work in the streets must face and work to correct. The video while showing what is happening in the United Kingdom could as easily be here.

    In Defense of Our Rights and Actions

    You Can't Picture This

    "The market wants a Leica to be a Leica: the inheritor of tradition, the subject of lore, and indisputably a mark of status to own."
    Mike Johnston

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