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Discussion in 'Firearms' started by mzmtg, Mar 23, 2007.
You can't take cameras to reunions as that is a public gathering and the cameras are not allowed. You may become overly emotional and take pictures of young children playing nearby
No cammeras on any form of public transpertation or in thier terminals. There could be children using the bus. THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!
"When I was a kid we would take our cammera's to school with us in the fall so we could take pictures of wildlife after school...If a kid did that now they would lock the school down and call in the SWAT team!"
Never go near a resurant the serves any type of alcohol, even the parking lot.....passing through a school zone,
Heh, awesome post.
Don't forget to leave your camera at home when you go to church. It is not allowed at any church function.
So how would we handle an ASD Accidental Strobe Discharge (that is for the police officers) but for the rest of us it is a NSD Negligant Strobe Discharge.
Don't forget the camera locks to prevent the photographical death of a family member. I would hate to see thase pictures on NBC news.
Oop's lunch is over got to get back to work.
Bingo !! That's th eon I was thinking of.
Don't forget, that unless you have a special license to carry a camera, you have to keep the film out when in the car and keep it locked in the trunk or glove box. If you have a license to carry your camera in GA, you can't carry it across the SC state line.
All LEOs can carry a camera with them, on or off duty, any where they want to; it is assumed their employment as a LEO gives them superhuman camera handling skills. In reality, they don't even have to know much about photography.
LEOs can unholster their camera and prepare it for use if they have the slightest inkling that they might need to take a picture. You can only do so if you have the perfect photographic opportunity; even then you could be charged with all sorts of things.
You don't have a Georgia Camera License you can keep a camera loaded with film in your car, but only if it it in the glove box or center console. You can attempt to leave it in plain view at your own peril: it might go flying about the vehicle if you have to make a sudden stop or a LEO might disagree that it was in plain view and you will have to go to jail.
A group of LEOs can take a hundred pictures of a nude child and no one ever really considers that it could be pornography. You can one picture of your child in the middle of winter wearing a heavy coat and the media, many people, and some prosecutors would immediately assume you were up to no good.
Definitely a great analogy. I also liked the post I read about drunk drivers/bars and Ford driving licenses (sorry I can't remember which thread off the top of my head).