Opinions are like A-holes. Everyone's got one.
Whatever the final written report will be, it's good to create public awareness about the 'rules of engagement' and shooting rights of photographers.
If the report is positive and it states clearly that photographers do have a right to take pictures in public places/ buildings and shall not be harassed, I will laminate the report and keep it in my wallet all the time. Of cos I must take care not to fold into yeobt's face lah, haha
Last edited by HeiPiGu; 6th May 2009 at 10:42 PM.
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i bring my dslr to restaurants for family dinners.
i shoot like there's no tomorrow.
i even take pictures of the dishes before my family digs in.
had never been stopped before.
if i'm ever stopped, i'll give them hell.
just because i'm holding a professional dslr, that doesnt mean i will use the images commercially or copy the presentation of their dishes.duh....
one more interesting point for debate is that, have you guys ever noticed, that it's usually OK for photography with idiot pns cam compared to a big-in-your-face eos mk1 or d3x?
this sat i'm going to another renown restaurant for mother's day dinner.
and because of this thread, i'm going to shoot shoot shoot shoot shoot like there's no tomorrow.
really eager for some manager to come approach me.