Archive for September 2010
22 Sep, 2010 | Posted by: psnotes
-- ACPO defuses impending photo row with police forces - The Association of Chief Police Officers has told local police forces "Once an image has been recorded, the police have no power to delete or confiscate it without a court order." SOURCE: Jane Fae Ozimek http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/09/10/acpo_photography/
15 Sep, 2010 | Posted by: psnotes
-- Transportation Security Administration Talks About Suspicious Photog Poster Sparking Outrage On Blogs - A new TSA poster depicting a hooded photographer shooting pictures outside an airport fence. The poster encourages people to report suspicious activity, e.g. suspicious-looking people mulling around airports with cameras. SOURCE: Michael Zhang. Petapixel.com ; Also: http://pdnpulse.com/2010/09/tsa-talks-about-suspicious-photog-poster-sparking-outrage-on-blogs.html
: Itís easier for the terrorist to go to Google and type in the type of plane or location and find better information and photos. BTW. Was the photographer who took the picture of the Ďhoodedí photographer taking the photo, absconded and hauled off to jail for questioning?
: Donít point a cannon at an airplane.
08 Sep, 2010 | Posted by: psnotes
THUNDER DOWN UNDER
-- Rally to fight permit rules that snap fees from photographers with the Opera House to one side and the Harbour Bridge on the other, hundreds of professional photographers gathered at Campbells Cove to protest against rules restricting photography in public places.