A bicycle tied to a post on Patrick’s Street, Cork late last November.
I’m heading to London later today for my brother Donal‘s stag. Yes yes, wild weekend, etc etc. I’ll have my camera too of course and I’m staying next to King’s Cross Railway Station so I thought it would be great to go photograph the area. Unfortunately it seems that photography in railway stations and the undergroundrequires a permit. In fact, photography in the UK has become a lot riskier in recent years unfortunately:
- Discordant Photography?
- Threats to Photographers’ Rights?
- Tube: Photography now costs £300 and requires prior permission
For an individual like myself a permit would cost £30 but such a permit requires up to 2 weeks notice. I wonder if they can charge me if I use a telephoto lens from the street when someone opens the front door?
|Camera||Canon EOS 40D|
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