Posted January 13, 2018 01:15:21It is not a matter of whether a photographer has the right to photograph, nor whether a wedding photographer is entitled to the pictures.
It is a matter if they have the right.
In the past, wedding photographers have been allowed to use their cameras for the sole purpose of being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
However, recent decisions have changed that.
A new ruling in France has banned photography of weddings and other private events.
It means that the photographer, whether they are a private individual or an official, cannot use a camera for any private purpose without the permission of the bride and groom, unless they are the owner of the venue or the groom himself.
It means that you can’t take pictures of your own wedding, even if it is the wedding of your children.
The law states that a wedding should be held in a public place, where there is an established, well-lit area and where people are present.
The law states: “If you want to photograph a wedding, you should use a suitable medium (camera) and not in an unsanctioned manner.”
The ruling came in the case of a woman who was allegedly forced to wear a mask at a wedding in a mall in the town of Piquerie, France, after her husband insisted on taking pictures of the event.
She filed a complaint with the police and a judge agreed with her.
She was ordered to pay fines of 50,000 euros ($61,000) and to refrain from taking pictures in the future.
But in another case, a photographer who was supposed to be at a funeral was photographed photographing a group of people standing outside a cemetery without permission.
He was fined 50,001 euros ($63,000).
The judge also ordered him to cease taking photographs of funerals, as well as any public gatherings.
French law is currently under appeal, but the ruling is expected to be overturned on appeal, and could have a major impact on the number of photographers allowed to operate in the country.
According to the AFP news agency, the ruling has not affected the rights of other photographers, but they have had to adapt.
A spokesperson for the Association of French Photographers told the AFP that they would consider all possible legal options to defend the right of photographers to photograph their weddings.