Un­der­stand the laws sur­round­ing struc­tural pho­tog­ra­phy, so you can be con­fi­dent that your im­ages are us­able

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Pho­tog­ra­phers are of­ten ac­costed by se­cu­rity for in­no­cently tak­ing im­ages in un­re­stricted ar­eas, so it is ad­vis­able that you know what you are en­ti­tled to. if you are stand­ing on a pub­lic pave­ment or street cor­ner, you can shoot pho­tos of pub­lic and pri­vate build­ings un­hin­dered. Pub­li­ca­tion of im­ages is of­ten lim­ited to per­sonal use, so a prop­erty re­lease may be nec­es­sary for com­mer­cial dis­tri­bu­tion. if within a build­ing or on in­di­cated pri­vate prop­erty, per­mis­sion from the owner may be re­quired, so ex­pect po­ten­tial in­ter­ven­tion from rep­re­sen­ta­tives.

PUB­LIC OR PRI­VATE? if you are un­sure if a lo­ca­tion is on pub­lic or pri­vate land, do your re­search and con­tact nearby own­ers or the lo­cal coun­cil to make en­quiries. You are then pre­pared to de­fend your rights

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