John is the original founder of Photodoto, but after running it for 4 years he had to focus on different things. If you're interested in what John has been up to recently, you can check is personal blog or browse his photo blog.
  • http://www.pkmeco.com/familyblog/ Phil

    I’m growing wary of reading these stories. What, do the police really believe that the terrorists are out in the open, snapping away with their Nikons?

    It’s also rather mind-boggling that police and security guards are not CLEAR on the rules of public photography. Everyone seems to just set their own rules and policies.

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  • martin

    a) copper looks dug up
    b) copper is a twat
    c)

  • Antonio Acuna

    There is an E-petition for this at number 10′s web site:

    http://petitions.pm.gov.uk/photographylaw/

    Please join in.

  • http://www.techlifeweb.com Scott

    I ran across this a while back. It is a pdf that photographers can print and keep with their gear that talks abour rights. http://www.krages.com/phoright.htm

  • http://photodoto.com/ John Watson

    Here’s a similar PDF guide for the UK: http://www.sirimo.co.uk/ukpr.php

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  • http://www.featuredarticles.com/ Photography Talks

    Well, police and security guards rules and policies to make it clear and let everyone esp photographers make aware of.

    -Edwin

  • http://www.wakefieldstudios.co.uk Wakefield Photographic Studios

    It’s a bit of a joke tbh, what qualifications in law do the police have anyway as a general rule? That’s right, none…

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