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Monday, 28 June 2010

Young photojournalist detained for taking pictures of a parade

A photojournalist, Jules Mattsson was detained under anti-terrorism laws after he took images of an Armed Forces Day parade in Romford's city centre. Included in the article is an interesting video to watch.

What law did the young photographer contravene?

Young photojournalist detained for army cadet pics - British Journal of Photography

Is it safe to take photographs of anything, in any place, in the UK?

This appears to help answer the problem:

Photographers' rights campaign spawns lens cloth launch - Amateur Photographer

Your street photography rights on a lens cloth - British Journal of Photography

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