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