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Thread: Qns on Street-Shooting

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    i doubt that the person has the right to ask you to delete the photos or handover the roll of film....there is no "rights of personal privacy".

    in fact, the person does not even have the right to stop you.
    however, if you're in a private property, the owners has the right to ask you to leave, but it is doubtful if he has the right to ask you to handover/delete photos. however, shooting from across the street seems to be ok.

    search the forums cos this issue is like a beaten horse already :P


    Quote Originally Posted by fantom
    Correct me if I am wrong...saw in the Newspaper some time back abt the subject of photography in the streets.
    A lawyer was quoted as saying that it's alright to shoot...but if the person you are shooting tells you to stop..then you should..and if you continue shooting him/her...the person has the right to ask you to delete the photos or handover the roll of film as the photographer has contravened the rights of personal privacy..or something to this effect.
    Now shooting inside and/or within a building open to the public is not similar to shooting in a public place..and the owner and/or his authorised reps(security personnel, Management staff) can stop one from taking fotos within their boundaries.
    hope this clears some matters pertaining to "street photography"

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    Rules and regulations are sometimes a hindrance to creativity. Sometimes we just have to break them!
    Last edited by Chowbotak; 1st April 2004 at 11:35 AM. Reason: Grammar

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    Quote Originally Posted by coke21
    No of cos not, but you can stop them if they are harassing you.
    why would anyone harass anyone to get a picture? strange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cash
    why would anyone harass anyone to get a picture? strange.
    Why? Maybe you can figure it out.

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