They say D7000 has problems with properly portraying skin... ;-)
Zoofy: I bet you, anything you want, that these laws don't apply to their own CCTV and surveillance set-up!
Sure. You can suspect that the only one shooting pictures will be plainclothes police. ;-)
Bka314: I will just continue shooting as usual... let's see what happens.
The law sounds harsh, and of course idiotic if taken word-by-word... just like many other laws here and everywhere.Practically: who can prove that I actually took a photo of her/him anyway? Just a press on the delete button, another press on the shutter button and the data is overwritten.
And no, living in Hungary is not so bad, no matter what they say; and yes, we live in democracy - which is, as everywhere, rule of the majority. And... point me a to a country where the majority is intelligent :)
... point me a to a country where the majority is intelligent :)
Is that an excuse then?
fuxicek: this is the law, that everyone will break
No, no. There is a heavy penalty of about 330 euros if you do it. Anyone, who wants to earn some cash can take you to court and win easily. 100%. Would you risk it?
Shame to see this only here. This is not a cute picture, as most others are, but a true photo. For me, this was number one. CheersEmil Varadi