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Sep 6, 2021 02:32:26   #
selena18
 
As a photographer myself, I'm afraid of some of them when they're out with their camera. When I travel, I see this quite a bit. I'm referring to the article that served as a basis for verifying the guidelines! https://pathedits.com/blogs/tips/when-need-photography-permit-laws

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Sep 6, 2021 06:19:40   #
Soul Dr. Loc: Beautiful Shenandoah Valley
 
selena18 wrote:
As a photographer myself, I'm afraid of some of them when they're out with their camera. When I travel, I see this quite a bit. I'm referring to the article that served as a basis for verifying the guidelines! https://pathedits.com/blogs/tips/when-need-photography-permit-laws


Good article. I think a lot of amateur and maybe some pro photographers may not be aware of all the rules, regulations and courtesys that should be followed, when shooting out in public.
Thanks for the link.

Will

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Sep 6, 2021 07:52:58   #
Architect1776 Loc: In my mind
 
selena18 wrote:
As a photographer myself, I'm afraid of some of them when they're out with their camera. When I travel, I see this quite a bit. I'm referring to the article that served as a basis for verifying the guidelines! https://pathedits.com/blogs/tips/when-need-photography-permit-laws



Key word is commercial.

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Sep 6, 2021 09:05:02   #
Longshadow Loc: Audubon, PA, United States
 
Architect1776 wrote:

Key word is commercial.


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Sep 6, 2021 09:52:31   #
JD750 Loc: SoCal
 
Architect1776 wrote:

Key word is commercial.


And then there is this (from the article):

“if a person has a reasonable expectation of privacy, you can’t shoot their photo for personal or commercial use. This is the case in the U.S. (by law) and in many European countries (per the European Convention on Human Rights), as well as several other countries.

Scenarios that constitute a reasonable expectation of privacy include restrooms or dressing rooms. Areas like a park, shopping mall, or the sidewalk aren’t typically considered places where individuals should expect privacy.”

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Sep 6, 2021 10:10:46   #
Longshadow Loc: Audubon, PA, United States
 
JD750 wrote:
And then there is this (from the article):

“if a person has a reasonable expectation of privacy, you can’t shoot their photo for personal or commercial use. This is the case in the U.S. (by law) and in many European countries (per the European Convention on Human Rights), as well as several other countries.

Scenarios that constitute a reasonable expectation of privacy include restrooms or dressing rooms. Areas like a park, shopping mall, or the sidewalk aren’t typically considered places where individuals should expect privacy.”
And then there is this (from the article): br br ... (show quote)


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Sep 6, 2021 11:16:39   #
Architect1776 Loc: In my mind
 
JD750 wrote:
And then there is this (from the article):

“if a person has a reasonable expectation of privacy, you can’t shoot their photo for personal or commercial use. This is the case in the U.S. (by law) and in many European countries (per the European Convention on Human Rights), as well as several other countries.

Scenarios that constitute a reasonable expectation of privacy include restrooms or dressing rooms. Areas like a park, shopping mall, or the sidewalk aren’t typically considered places where individuals should expect privacy.”
And then there is this (from the article): br br ... (show quote)


And your point.
Not sure what you are saying beyond the obvious.

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Sep 6, 2021 15:44:35   #
JD750 Loc: SoCal
 
Architect1776 wrote:
And your point.
Not sure what you are saying beyond the obvious.


Whine it was mostly about commercial photography, there was some info that applies to all.

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Sep 6, 2021 17:36:02   #
Architect1776 Loc: In my mind
 
JD750 wrote:
Whine it was mostly about commercial photography, there was some info that applies to all.


What?

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Sep 6, 2021 17:47:05   #
JD750 Loc: SoCal
 
Architect1776 wrote:
What?


While it was mostly about commercial photography, there was some info that applies to all.

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Sep 6, 2021 17:52:36   #
Architect1776 Loc: In my mind
 
JD750 wrote:
While it was mostly about commercial photography, there was some info that applies to all.


Yeah, going on some one's private property you need permission.
No brainer on that regardless if taking photos or not so irrelevant regarding photography and is a universal action to do to keep from getting shot.

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Sep 7, 2021 00:55:35   #
selena18
 
Soul Dr. wrote:
Good article. I think a lot of amateur and maybe some pro photographers may not be aware of all the rules, regulations and courtesys that should be followed, when shooting out in public.
Thanks for the link.

Will


I'm touched by your kind remarks.

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Sep 7, 2021 01:23:31   #
selena18
 
JD750 wrote:
And then there is this (from the article):

“if a person has a reasonable expectation of privacy, you can’t shoot their photo for personal or commercial use. ”


We may be crossing an ethical and perhaps legal boundary, according to the quotation. Thank you!

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