Posts tagged with Cameraphobia

Revolting Aussie photographers?

Rally for Concerned Photographers is a protest by Australian photographers in Sydney this Sunday. Nick Rains explains the big deal:

It’s about it being a criminal offence to sell a photo you have taken of all sorts of places like . . .

Small protests

I was just going to post a link to yet another example of the Keystone cops, oops British police, pouncing on another suspected terrorist reconnaissance mission – a Guardian reporter taking photos of the Gherkin building in the City of . . .

In the street today

Recently in Rome I used my tripod almost everywhere, not inside museums though, and never had a single hint of a problem. But from my Tripodophobia posts you’ll see I’ve had a number of clashes in London with “security guards” . . .

Suspicious behaviour

This story is worth reading all the way through:

A London underground station was evacuated and part of a main east-west line closed in a security alert on Thursday, three weeks after suicide bombers killed 52 people on the transport network, . . .

Giving my permission

This is getting ridiculous – this afternoon I was asked to give written permission after I was filmed eating.

I was in central London and had sat down to review the images I’d just taken of a performance by these Japanese . . .

Thoughts on dealing with security guards

This site’s semi-official title is “nutter behind the camera”. Here’s why….

In today’s Amateur Photographer a letter told how a Birmingham security guard stopped the letter-writer photographing on suspicion of being a terrorist. Having also been smeared as a potential terrorist, . . .

Give a man a uniform

London’s new City Hall is one of the city’s more photogenic recent developments. If you don’t know it, the Norman Foster-designed building stands alone on the riverside and is surrounded by an open paved space laid out in swirls echoing . . .