I took this picture when I was in Paris a few years ago. It's not fantastic, but I'm hoping to improve on the shot when I'm over there a few months from now.
Notre Dame, Paris, France
28 December, 2006.
1/180 sec @ F/8; Pentax *ist DS.
Do you have a permit to publish that picture? I've heard that in France you can shoot freely any cloud in the sky, but anything else requires a permit from the owner.
The real life isn't that bad, but there are restrictions in strange places, e.g. night time photos of the Eiffel Tower:
I've heard that in France you can shoot freely any cloud in the sky, but anything else requires a permit from the owner.
Nobody prosecutes that kind of thing unless (in declining order of likelihood):
a) You have a realistic chance of making enough money off it that the commissions will pay for the lawyer.
b) Yhey're with IFPI - but they're a joke who lose their cases by the baker's dozen.
c) You've been a dick and they want to take a cheap shot at you - in which case there's always a rule you've violated somewhere.