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08/18/2017 10:47:54 PM · #1


I don't know what the law is elsewhere but if your photograph contain children unrelated to you and they are recognisable you
may be in trouble with the law. That is the position in NZ Privacy law and it has big teeth that BITE.

this is why I am giving this challenge a miss,.

My Son is a senior Kindie Teacher and he cautioned me about this .

I don't know about the laws else where but NZ treats the Privacy laws seriously and treats breaches of it as a serious criminal matter
08/18/2017 11:35:04 PM · #2
I'm sure a valid concern, however, if you read the description there are several types of "playgrounds" that would work for subject material.

'Literally, "places where you play". Kids have 'em, grownups have 'em. Show us a playground.'

No need to miss out on the challenge.
08/18/2017 11:41:47 PM · #3
What he said...
08/18/2017 11:47:05 PM · #4
ok. get the grownups playing.
08/19/2017 02:42:32 AM · #5
Originally posted by tnun:

ok. get the grownups playing.

Include their toys with some weird lens effects and knock out 3 challenges in one outing. Four if their toys also happen to be farm animals. :P
08/19/2017 03:07:36 AM · #6
eep!
08/19/2017 03:50:32 AM · #7
Originally posted by skewsme:

eep!

OR Fruits & Vegetables, if you prefer. :P
08/19/2017 04:48:48 AM · #8
eep!
08/19/2017 10:52:16 AM · #9
Originally posted by skewsme:

eep!

Never met you, but somehow I can just hear that "eep!". :-) Made me laugh.
08/19/2017 10:54:12 AM · #10
Originally posted by Art Roflmao:

Originally posted by tnun:

ok. get the grownups playing.

Include their toys with some weird lens effects and knock out 3 challenges in one outing. Four if their toys also happen to be farm animals. :P

... and capture it between 5 and 11am in the morning and you've knocked out 5 challenges. <grin>

Now, how do you factor in the Solar Eclipse?
08/19/2017 11:47:13 AM · #11
Originally posted by glad2badad:

Now, how do you factor in the Solar Eclipse?

Go to a gathering of Eclipse Freaks and that'll be a "playground", eh? Of course, that only works in North America this time around...
08/19/2017 06:38:20 PM · #12
So, a reasonably long exposure would do the trick? Get blurs of action. *shrug* Always a way around these things. :-)
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