Do you need a property release if you are standing on private property to take a photograph, but the subject is a public place?
I'm aware of the rules regarding photography when in a public place, and when photographing a private place from within that private place, but I don't know about photographing a public place whilst standing on private property!
The reason why I'm asking is that quite often for landscapes the public footpaths don't always offer the best viewpoint, so I often want to go into an adjacent field to get the view that I'm after.
I don't want to get into a situation where I get into trouble if I sell a photograph of a public place that was taken from what turned out to be private land. It's not always obvious what is public and what is private when out in the countryside, so to be on the safe side, and for the sake of this question, I'm assuming that all the non-public-footpath areas are private land.