good ol ahmedabad is photography heaven, with people jostling for attention, sometimes even baring their homes and lives to be captured. but i'm sure we all have encountered situations when we have been explicitly asked to stop filming. (wellll... i have!:P)
so how do you decide if you are just being pushed around or you are actually invading someone's legal rights and privacy?
"The Photographer’s Right is a downloadable guide" made available by the American Civil Liberties Union. you can print your copy using Adobe Acrobat Reader "to give you quick access to your rights and obligations concerning confrontations over photography."