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Aug 12, 2011 16:23 |  #31

I notice a huge amount of generalisation in these posts regarding security officers & this gives the impression to people that ALL security officers are ignorant, uneducated, rude, unprofessional etc etc. This can be very misleading to people starting out in photography & could in fact be the cause for them getting into un-necessary conflict in the future.

What happens if the security officers all thought the same about ALL photographers?
NOT ALL photographers know the law regarding photography either.




  
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Aug 13, 2011 01:04 |  #32

Hot Bob wrote in post #12924481 (external link)
I would also expect that every company that these guards represent took video of these photographers, just in case.

This is the UK. All of those companies will take video of everybody who passes their buildings, just in case.


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