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Forum: The lounge 17th August 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,673
Posted By shenstone
Re: Photographer's rights

Spotted this in the epuk News email...




And Whilst I was there a fun shot and an article showing that China is no better as a place to take pictures at present



Regards
Forum: The lounge 7th August 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,673
Posted By shenstone
Re: Photographer's rights

Hmmm .. My blackberry has a camera, A GPS and is a communications device all in one - am I in trouble ?

I am NOT a teenager though :(

Regards
Andy
Forum: The lounge 16th May 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,673
Posted By shenstone
Re: Photographer's rights

YES and YES

I have people outside this forum ( Non Oly users) who would love one - even if it had a picture of an Olympus on it !

Regards
Andy
Forum: The lounge 3rd May 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,673
Posted By shenstone
Re: Photographer's rights

Just found some more really good stuff relating to this thread by following the links on the EPUK site.

If planning to challenge A police officer you think is being officious please take note of...
Forum: The lounge 3rd May 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,673
Posted By shenstone
Re: Photographer's rights

Oh... I was glad I was sent to that website there is loads more there ...

Enjoy this one ...

http://www.epuk.org/Blogs/608/every-day-is-non-photography-day

Regards
Andy
Forum: The lounge 3rd May 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,673
Posted By shenstone
Re: Photographer's rights

re the ACPO Police-Media Guidelines

From EPUK...

The following guidelines were first introduced by the Metropolitan Police in March 2006 following two years of negotiations by the BPPA, the...
Forum: The lounge 3rd May 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,673
Posted By shenstone
Re: Photographer's rights

Some really Great parodies on the Metropolitan Police anti Photographer advertising campaign...

http://www.epuk.org/files/800w_epukposter.jpg

Regards
Andy
Forum: The lounge 29th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,673
Posted By shenstone
Re: Photographer's rights

My MP (julie Morgan) replied to my request stating she has asked for her name to be added and deplores the fact that people are being stopped from enjoying their lawful persuits

I know these EDM...
Forum: The lounge 28th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,673
Posted By shenstone
Re: Photographer's rights

I agree with this statement and the sentiment which is why I suggested going for the more punchy statements re UK law and then following up with the HR stuff

Regards
Andy
Forum: The lounge 27th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,673
Posted By shenstone
Re: Photographer's rights

Hi John

I don't normally just copy, but I have found that text at at least 4 places on the internet after some searching and therefore would not know who to credit anyway.

Personally I'm not...
Forum: The lounge 27th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,673
Posted By shenstone
Re: Photographer's rights

Hi John

From this and other threads this seems to be a fine set of words to have about your person. However it's missing the clarity that was in the Photographers rights jpg card that was posted...
Forum: The lounge 25th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,673
Posted By shenstone
Re: Photographer's rights

Excellent link and an excellent example of how to stand your ground in a clear and legal manner. The benefit that this guy had in recording moving images with sound was that he had good evidence of...
Forum: The lounge 17th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,673
Posted By shenstone
Re: Photographer's rights

I've read some of the links now and it's even more out of hand than I suspected

I have printed enough copies of the UK photographers rights to put one in each of my camera bags !!!
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Forum: The lounge 17th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,673
Posted By shenstone
Re: Photographer's rights

I could not agree with the sentimenets on that BBC piece, with Austin Mitchell MP and with the comments associated that consider that the powermongers are out of place and need to be put back in it....
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