Archive for the 'photography' Category
Sebastião Salgado’s “Genesis” | PDN Photo of the Day – If you’re in New York, please try to see this exhibition at the International Center of Photography before it finishes in January. I went last year when it was at the Natural History Museum in London and it was truly sublime.
Takehito Miyatake at Spoon & Tamago
via PDN Photo of the Day.
Thanks to Simon for the comment in my previous post regarding UK photographers’ rights for letting me know that Linda Macpherson and he have updated their handy A4 guide to reflect the current legal landscape. Get it here:
Some truly stunning images from SportsShooter.com. I’d recommend browsing through the previous winners links at the bottom of the page, the quality is astounding throughout.
(via Rob Galbraith)
There have been a several articles in the UK press lately highlighting the increasing difficulty photographers face amidst the fearful climate that’s been instilled in the general public by bogeymen such as paedophiles and terrorists. Stop-and-searches have become frequent, photographers are harassed, told to delete images and sometimes assaulted, it’s all quite worrying.
Thankfully, Linda Macpherson (LL.B, Dip.L.P., LL.M), a lecturer in law at Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh, has created a superb short guide explaining the legal rights of English and Welsh citizens when taking photographs. It’s designed to be portable, so can be printed double-sided on a piece of A4 and carried in your wallet or camera bag, and gives an informative overview that covers restrictions, private property, national security and other issues:
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