Today is Easter Sunday, as well as the second day of Passover — and chances are that moments of enjoying the holidays with your family are being captured as digital images by a camera — or, perhaps by a different electronic device. Photographers have been lamenting the recent announcement by Kodak that it will no longer manufacture color reversal film — as the color is positive, inverse of traditional negative film — for slides. This is due to the increase in the use of digital formats for recording images. Digital photography is instant gratification personified. Think about it…
In a reply to a request by FlyerTalk member OxonCantab — which was to the effect of “Are there any policies or regulations from Los Angeles World Airports or the LAX police department prohibiting the audio and/or video recording the TSA screening process at Los Angeles International Airport?” — LAX Police Department cites CA wiretapping law to prohibit photography of TSA…or does it?!? FlyerTalk members painstakingly…
Picture this: what if you were threatened by a flight attendant to delete photographs you took of your feet on-board an aircraft?
Can you picture this happening?
What a photo opportunity this would be!
Will this idea eventually click, or will it just wash?
Instead of being negative about the possibility of this happening, let us see what develops in the Travel and Photography DO? thread to get the full depth of field of this discussion.
Hopefully having this posted here will give the idea some additional exposure.