A Week in the Life has raised some comments out there in cyberspace about restrictions on photography.
These restrictions force scrapbookers to tell the story in a different way. Instead of photos, you might have to just use words, collect memorabilia, or be more creative with the photos you can take.
Here are a few places that restrict photography:
- Daycares and schools
- Court and prison or jail
- Places of worship
Has your photography ever been restricted? What strategies did you use to compensate for this restriction? Comment below or join the conversation on facebook or twitter.
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