Experts: Ansel Adams photos found at garage sale... →
"Taking photos in a public place is perfectly...
Taking Photos In Public Places Is Not A Crime: Analysis Today, most people walk around with a camera of some sort in their possession. Point-and-shoots, DSLRs and tiny video cams—not to mention cellphones—have become ubiquitous. And yet it seems that in many public locations, security officials are touchier than ever about letting people actually use those cameras. Our guardians of...
Camera Museum - 35mm Single Lens Reflex Cameras →
istillshootfilm: Basically, if you have a question about ANY 35mm SLR, this guy has probably answered it….
ProPublica Photographer: I Was Followed by BP... →
inothernews: marco: To summarize: A photographer took these photos of a BP oil refinery while standing on the grass median of a public road. (With very few exceptions, it’s perfectly legal to take pictures of anything visible from a public place, even if the subject is privately owned.) BP’s security noticed, called the city police, and followed him by car to a gas station. The police...
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