|Posted on 1 February, 2017 at 14:40|
Posted by Samuel Curtis Photography
Public Places do not require you to gain permission to photograph in. You can photograph private buildings however, but you must be standing on public land.
Private Land requires you to gain permission to photograph or to the owners discression. If you are asked to leave, you must immediatly, or you can be arrested for tresspassing. Owners of private land can use ressonable force to make you leave.
Trains and trainstations you are allowed to photograph for personal use. Use of a flash and tripod may require prior permission. Also, prior permission would need to be gained for commercial use.
Planes and airports are private property. For use of cameras on planes, you will need to ask the airline or aircrew prior. Most airports have viewing areas for photographers to capture aircraft.