As part of a back-and-forth regarding the harassment of photographers at U.S. Department of Transportation headquarters in Washington, I’ve gotten my hands on the Homeland Security Department’s official guidelines for photography of federal buildings. They’re lame, to say the least, but I’m pretty sure they haven’t been widely shared before now.
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