18 thoughts on “Prints Charming

  1. Paulus

    In the Garden of Ireland they planted
    a film-set; permission was granted.
    On that basis alone,
    your camera and phone
    have been banned; don’t be too disenchanted.

  2. Daniel

    Is that legal? Film set or not, it’s still a public space and can be photographed to hearts’ content no?

    1. newsjustin

      Of course not. It’s a public street. Seeing those signs would make me want to take photographs even though I have no interest. Snap away.

    2. Redundant Proofreaders Society

      Possibly when the cast and crew are offsite it is okay to photograph. When they filmed Far and Away in Temple Bar (yonks ago now but we still have the pics), visitors were cordoned off because Cruise and Kidman were big stars and entitled to some privacy – but it was fine to photograph the open set once filming had wrapped up for the day.

      1. newsjustin

        You can photograph anyone you like in public.

        I’m all for giving people their privacy. But no one can tell you that you can’t take a photograph on a public street.

    3. george

      Is it legal for a man to hold a sign saying no photography? Yes, it is. You can do it yourself if you want.

  3. Kdoc

    “Is that legal?”
    I doubt it. They don’t even say please.
    It might be difficult though to get a good photograph with the security people blocking your view with the placards.

    1. Harold Molloy

      You could take a constitutional challenge I suppose. The photo op may have passed before it would get to the high court though.

      1. newsjustin

        Just ignore them. They have a right to hold up a sign, but it’s absolutely meaningless.

  4. Junkface

    Disenchanted is a ruse, I know whats really coming. A remake of Darby O’Gill and the little people starring The Rock!

    1. Liam Deliverance

      Yes, or else he confiscated it from a pesky public person who had the gall to try and take a picture.

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