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Apr 27, 2013 10:53 |  #1006

Thanks! The nerve block has made me feel better then I have in a long time! Although I know it's temporary hopefully this will get my surgery pushed forward :)


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Apr 27, 2013 12:26 |  #1007

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It means someone has made a higher offer after my bid has been accepted.

Accepted?!? well I think we need a ruling on that... ;)


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Apr 27, 2013 12:32 as a reply to  @ Immaculens's post |  #1008

Question: I admit I know little about privacy laws in regards to snapping photos at events and posting on Facebook/Internet, for example...

so - I just came back from the local trout derby - are there laws against posting shots of the public on Facebook or this forum for example?

Thanks! I need to get up to speed...

Addendum: street photography is very popular on this forum and many other and I'm sure the photog doe snot ask 'permission' to post their photos or publish...


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Apr 27, 2013 13:07 |  #1009

Good question Willi. I'd like to know that too.



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Apr 27, 2013 13:08 |  #1010

Good question... awaiting for answers too. I once were in a park and I took a very sweet shot of a father and daughter but I'm afraid to post it.

In case you were in my shoes, are you gonna approach the dad and say "hey, i got a cool shot of you and your daughter, would you like me to email it to you?"


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Apr 27, 2013 13:12 |  #1011

I don't think you need permission if you don't make any money out of the photo. However, a venue may have 'copyrighted' the... venue. I don't know what happens in this case... whether they have the right to do it...

I was barred only once out in the open, in New York's Lincoln Center atrium. They allow photos, but no 'professional' tripods. When I asked what right they have to enforce it, they said it IS private property, open to the public, but private nevertheless.

The motive was that they didn't want professional photographers shooting naked women in the fountain... so said the security guard...


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Apr 27, 2013 13:16 |  #1012

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Due to deer allergies?  :p


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Apr 27, 2013 13:18 |  #1013

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Good question... awaiting for answers too. I once were in a park and I took a very sweet shot of a father and daughter but I'm afraid to post it.

In case you were in my shoes, are you gonna approach the dad and say "hey, i got a cool shot of you and your daughter, would you like me to email it to you?"

I've now posted on 3 different threads and replies - like these are - are thus far 'vague'

I do hope for knowledgeable guidance because its so so very common to post 'candid' shots of strangers on the internet (Facebook, forums, etc)... and it seems accepted by those "doing the photographing" but if I found a photo of myself on the internet... well if I didn't like it I could try to ask it be removed...

So its a common practice yet knowledge of privacy laws are seemingly either vague - or people just don't care...

mind you, I've not allowed much time for responses on the 3 threads... we'll see.

why is it most of my questions like this rarely get black and white answers! :confused: :mad: :eek:


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Apr 27, 2013 13:19 |  #1014

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Due to deer allergies?  :p

ha ha - here we have my most common typo for several years now... :p


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Apr 27, 2013 13:27 |  #1015

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I think this is the original pic. Honestly not sure as i have about 30 shots all at just about the same time just a bunch of different shutter speeds. But i am pretty sure this is one of the ones that was the correct O step exposure.

I think that Vinz has the best take on this so far, but this is what I was able to accomplish using Lightroom 4. If I push the saturation or shadows further the blue sky starts to look a bit funky...

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Apr 27, 2013 13:42 |  #1016

found a thread asking a similar question <here>

an interesting point by someone reads: "Yes it is totally legal to shoot people in the public and post them...as long as the people you shoot dont have a "reasonable expectation of privacy"...."
https://photography-on-the.net …php?p=3281345&p​ostcount=6

but this is still not quoting a law...

vinmunoz wrote in post #15872957 (external link)
Good question... awaiting for answers too. I once were in a park and I took a very sweet shot of a father and daughter but I'm afraid to post it.

In case you were in my shoes, are you gonna approach the dad and say "hey, i got a cool shot of you and your daughter, would you like me to email it to you?"


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Apr 27, 2013 14:03 |  #1017

I think that as long as you do not single out any one person and then somehow exploit that person, anything goes in public. I know I will get spanked for saying this, but in this day and age where there are cameras on every street corner, there is little if any expectation of privacy. I think I wouldn't have a problem if someone asked me to not take the picture, or to delete the image. But aside from that, I think public is just that...public.



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Apr 27, 2013 14:15 |  #1018

My take on it is if your in a public place fair play if I take your pic I can do what I want as far as posting it on the net goes, if I want to sell a print of it I can but to put it on a stock photo site I would need a release from you.
Where it gets tricky is public property that's privately owned as the owners can implement whatever rules they want,
It's one of those subjects that's massive and I could probably write pages on it.....lol but I think at the end of the day it's a common sense thing really I'd never take shots of random kids anyway, and I only put pics of my own kids or family on the net that way I won't upset anyone.


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Apr 27, 2013 14:24 |  #1019

Anyway, i think Lisa(Vix) still don't know her 85 f1.2 was already sold to Willi and that Willi already sold it to me for $300. :)


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Apr 27, 2013 14:27 |  #1020

swhiggins wrote in post #15873014 (external link)
I think that Vinz has the best take on this so far, but this is what I was able to accomplish using Lightroom 4. If I push the saturation or shadows further the blue sky starts to look a bit funky...

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Looks good too, better than mine i guess.

But if we really want it to appear HDR(for the OP's project), the details on the dark areas are supposed to be visible. For me that's the main purpose of HDR, to expose the whole scene correctly as seen by our very eyes. just me.


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