Going Kuwait? DSLR Ban in effect.


Canonised

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haha, this is what they mean by walking backward to progress.... :sweat:
 

hongsien

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I wanted to take a picture of a small shop making wooden statues in a lane in Macau, and the owner yelled at me some cantonese vulgarities, and not to take pics, not only Kuwait but in other countries there are people wary of being taken on cameras...........

HS
 

raydio

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Britain is also developing a reputation for its unfriendliness towards photographers.
 

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The Ministry of Information, Ministry of Social Affairs and Ministry of Finance recently came to the conclusion that photography should be used for journalism purposes only. This has resulted in the ban of Digital Single Lens Reflex Cameras (DSLRs) in public, on the streets and in malls

Sound ridiculous? How about the ban on chewing gum in our lovely country.
 

commonjunks

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The Ministry of Information, Ministry of Social Affairs and Ministry of Finance recently came to the conclusion that photography should be used for journalism purposes only. This has resulted in the ban of Digital Single Lens Reflex Cameras (DSLRs) in public, on the streets and in malls

Sound ridiculous? How about the ban on chewing gum in our lovely country.
Have you seen used juice cans, sweet wrapper and what not in the lift? You allow gum and one day you will be complaining that you found gum stuck under your shoes or stick in your pants when you sit at public bench.

Regarding Photography ban it is ridicules.
 

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The Ministry of Information, Ministry of Social Affairs and Ministry of Finance recently came to the conclusion that photography should be used for journalism purposes only. This has resulted in the ban of Digital Single Lens Reflex Cameras (DSLRs) in public, on the streets and in malls

Sound ridiculous? How about the ban on chewing gum in our lovely country.
it means that medium formats and leicas are in the rage over there then:thumbsup:
 

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