First day of post-16 at Landau Forte College! To bring this blog up to speed: For GCSE I achieved: English Language: A* Science: A* A* English Literature: A Maths: A DiDA: A A A A Geography: A Business: B German: C At AS-level I’m taking: English Combined Language and Literature Applied IT Maths Business I […]
You may have noticed that orangeacid.net has been offline for 3 or 4 days. Turns out my hosts had out of date card information, but the site is now back for at least another year. So what’s happening over the next 12 months? The site will continue to be used for it’s primary uses of […]
I was up last night until three coding the sequel to orangeacid-v1. Here’s a sneak preview:
…is coming 😉
Rhi. This doesn’t seem quite real in a horrible sort of way. 9 days ago I was walking to school with you for exams. I only had one 2-hour exam, but you had something stupid, five or six. We got to the gate and I told you I’d catch you later. Maybe someday we’ll walk […]
The rights of a photographer according to the law of the United Kingdom:
1. The photographer owns the copyright of any photo s/he has taken, with the exception of photos taken as an employee of a company for his or her employer, or under instruction from an employer or employee of a company;
2. A picture of an individual or individuals may be taken from any public area and/or in any situation where the subject(s) may reasonably expect to be observed, or from any private premises unless permission is expressly denied beforehand, or where instruction is otherwise reasonably signposted;
3. A photographer does not require a model release for commercial use of photographs in which the subject’s face is not clearly visible and/or recognizable.
Photographers have more rights than you might expect. Visit this site for more information.
In addition to the main laws that I have outlined above, interfering with your equipment is criminal damage.