>> Tuesday, 9 January 2007
Le Photographe - Guide Pratique et Juridique pour le Professionnel et l'Amateur
Edition du Puit Fleuri
Legal issues are a problem for photographers in France. Taking pictures (or to be correct, using pictures taken), even in public places, are governed by laws that are not very kind to the photographer. You can get into trouble even for taking a picture (and using it) of a house in a street. This book explains in reasonably easy terms what the laws say, and what you need to think of as a photographer in France. It also talks about the different legal status a photographer can have and the differences they make (independent, employee...).
Buy this book: Amazon.fr.