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Old May 5, 2005, 12:19 PM   #1
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The filing cupboard in my office. I was attracted by the patterns created on the beading by natural light from the window.
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Old May 5, 2005, 3:09 PM   #2
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Raghu you sure have a liberal office where camera is allowed inside. I am not so fortunate being in the manufacturing line.:sad:
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Old May 5, 2005, 8:32 PM   #3
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not to mention a big office , you must be an exec :|
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Old May 6, 2005, 4:01 PM   #4
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Who'd of thought a filing cupboard could make for such an interesting shot! Wise my office is also fine about using cameras, not that I do often but there are occasions when it's needed of when I'm asked to take a picture of something for someone. It's a very relaxed atmosphere, which is good...
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apnomis, actually the security thing at Manufacturing sites makes it difficult to bring a camera inside. One has to follow a procedure everytime while coming in and going out.

Inside the office there is no problem , but on the plant site, even mobile phone usage is prohibited in some areas, where there is a probability of hydrocarbons presence. Since management don't want to go to the trouble of specifying which areas are safe for cameras and which are not, they put a blanket rule.

Moreover, industrial secrects act ( supposedly) also provides for such bans.:|
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Old May 7, 2005, 12:30 AM   #6
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I agree, Wise. Taking snaps of a closed cupboardor office layout, etc. is somethingorganisations generally do not mind allowing. Documents or machinery isa totally different matter,requiring prior permission and a lot of scrutiny,since many issues such as copyright, industrial secrets, etc. are involved.
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