cuiusvis hominis est errare, nullius nisi insipientis in errore perseverare
Tell that to the security personnel who meet people like these every single day, every single hour?Originally Posted by kei1309
Somethings bound to give.
That something is etiquette.
You can shoot anywhere, just make the coast is clear - no guards, no surveillance camera. Fast in, fast out.
Playing with M43.
Haha. Sounds high op mission impossible.Originally Posted by Akatsuki
I was once told off by a overzealous caretaker outside a Hindu temple not to photograph the temple whilst at a public area. I just gave a straight face and then continued because I know what I could do and what I couldn't because I had ever been inside a Hindu temple shooting portraits of priests.
Seriously, I think there's no need to be so concerned about where you can't shoot. There are plenty of place that you can shoot apart from the obvious high security areas. In case of doubt, just shoot and then decide what to do next. If confronted, just act blur, apologise, smile and walk away. Alternatively, if you're in a foul mood, then just challenge and question the authority.
But if it is not Singapore, then you have to be really careful...what's logical here may not be elsewhere.
It's logical not to shoot government or military building, but The Cathay ??
I sent an email to them 3 days ago and no reply yet
Nothing is True, Everything is Permitted