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Photographers, Know Your Rights!

Every so often we hear stories about a photographer who has had their rights violated by the police or some jobsworth. The law in the UK is relatively simple, you can take any pictures you want as long as you are in a public space, the law does vary around the world. This article on Lightstalking by Jason D. Little explains some of the complexities of being a photographer and how you might resolve rights issues

We have previously posted about this subject here

https://oxfordschoolofphotography.wordpress.com/2010/12/02/the-ten-legal-commandments-of-photography/

https://oxfordschoolofphotography.wordpress.com/2011/08/24/six-photographers-test-their-right-to-shoot-in-london/

https://oxfordschoolofphotography.wordpress.com/2011/07/04/photographing-in-public-when-the-police-gets-it-wrong/

https://oxfordschoolofphotography.wordpress.com/2011/06/16/street-photography-for-the-novice/

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