15th July 2002, 04:31 PM
15th July 2002, 04:37 PM
actually...i tot it was against the law to take pic of anyone w/o permission. If the pic focuses on a particular individual...but it's ok to take pic of a whole crowd of pple eg; crowd at orchard rd etc.
Well thats what my friend in media studies told me...cuz i asked her bout this b4 if prize got $$$..haf some goodwill to share lor. Anyway...look at the time mag, though with consent..the pic with the afghan woman with the haunting eyes...that cover page of the mag won so many awards...and that woman still living in afghanistan living thru the war.
15th July 2002, 04:46 PM
Remember the naked Vietnamnese girl captured on film during the Vietnam war? What if the girl decides to take action against the photographer now?
15th July 2002, 05:25 PM
As far as I understand, if you take a photo of someone in a public place, and as long as you don't put a caption or editorial text that puts him in a defamatory position, then he can't sue you.
If you use a super tele and shoot someone else in his/her garden doing something funny, then he can sue you.
16th July 2002, 12:01 PM
16th July 2002, 07:41 PM
i email liao he never reply !!!
16th July 2002, 07:43 PM
ruthbaby - !! potential candidates :P
Originally posted by Bluestrike
HMM.. talking abt mi I guess.......
But you shld feel safe...... :P