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Forum: The lounge 19th July 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

So you were on a public road and not causing an obstruction. Is that correct?

If so, then the security guards have no right to stop you. The police may ask what you are doing, but always be...
Forum: The lounge 19th July 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

Garry,

Where did the incident occur? What were you taking pictures of?

Were you on public or private land?

You can request, from most organisation, a copy of all data they have on you...
Forum: The lounge 3rd July 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

Sorry about not getting this done earlier.


Here is the text from side "A"

There is no right to privacy in a public place although please note that local laws and bylaws may add restrictions. ...
Forum: The lounge 15th May 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

I have had a reply from the Home Office. Its the standard generic one that everyone seems to be getting

"Dear Mr Baker,

Thank you for your e-mail of 18 April about photography in public...
Forum: The lounge 4th May 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

I contacted APCO, and they said they they could not find anything about the supposed guidelines. The home office told me to speak to APCO.

Either no one knows, or they dont want to know.
Forum: The lounge 28th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

Nice layout. I made a mistake when making two of the prototypes. They were stick together. I could print two bards, laminate then and then seal them on one edge......I will try this later on.
Forum: The lounge 28th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

I was planning to do most of the work in getting this started. Not for money or any gains, but for a purpose. (:eek: I almost sound human).

I appreciate the feedback that has been given, and I...
Forum: The lounge 28th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

My intention was to laminate the information. Business cards are small and can fit in most bags or wallets. It also helps to keep them clean and last longer.
Forum: The lounge 27th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

It works for me. Which ISP are you using?
Forum: The lounge 27th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

I dod not want to appear to be copying somone elses work. Especially as I do not know who wrote it.

Thanks for the information. I can probably make that fit on the business card and still be...
Forum: The lounge 27th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

Here is the text that I have cobbeled together so far from various posts and my conversations with the Police and Home Office. Please note that this does not mean that the text is official or...
Forum: The lounge 27th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

A good starting place is www.ukpresscardauthority.co.uk (www.ukpresscardauthority.co.uk)

If you have a relationship with the press, speak to your editor. They maybe able to assist.
Forum: The lounge 25th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

Good video. Thanks for the link.
Forum: The lounge 22nd April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

If you are a registered pro, then I agree better cooperation would be an advantage....in fact I believe registered professional photographers that they can access locations that us members of the...
Forum: The lounge 22nd April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

I called the home office this afternoon, I am spoke to some there.

I am expecting a call back from someone higher up (a manager!!!!), and I have my own questions, but does any other user have...
Forum: The lounge 18th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

I have just sent an email to the home office. I doubt that I will get anything usefull, but its a first step.
Forum: The lounge 18th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

"Very interesting John, and well done you for having the dedication to go ......"

I was on my way to a meeting that took me past the station. On my way back, I just popped in.

Lets see if...
Forum: The lounge 18th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,676
Posted By j.baker
Re: Photographer's rights

I decided to visit the Wiltshire Police HQ in Swindon this afternoon to ask them for a copy of any guidelines or information about photography.

When I spoke to someone they immediately demanded to...
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