I broke the law I think, but only in theory. My Kart shots from the other day "crossed the line", and I did not even realise until the marketing manager of the place contacted me and asked me to remove the commerical offering of prints that I had. Which I did immediatlely. Her reasoning here was that the drivers of the Karts did not sign a release, nor did the owners of the complex (private property etc) sign a release. I hadnt even thought about it to be honest, but I sure am now, lol. Lesson learnt the easy way. My idea (still in its testing phase) was to sell prints back to the drivers themselves, not to sell for advertising/promotion etc, but I was on private property at the end of the day, so my bad. So that prompted me to look up my legal rights and obligations etc only to be end more confused than when I started Basically, what I would like to be able to do is go out and shoot whatever I like from a public place and sell the results as prints, ideally back to those that were involved. For eg: Surfers doing there thing, shot from a public place. If the surfer was identifiable (kinda the whole point, make the person look epic doing epic things) would I need a release from that person in order offer the shot for sale as art? NB: Not to sell for advertising/promotion etc.