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Introducing the Photographers Rights Gray Card Set

We here at PetaPixel are pleased to announce the new Photographers Rights Gray Card Set, a nifty accessory that can help you remember your rights and educate others if you’re ever confronted while shooting.

The set includes three durable white balance cards connected to a lanyard with a detachable clip. 10 guidelines for photography are printed onto the back of the gray and white cards:

The front sides are blank, allowing them to be used like any other white balancing cards:

If you’d like to carry along the same rules printed on our gray cards without purchasing the cards themselves, feel free to print them out!

The cards are designed to be worn around the neck when out shooting for quick access whenever you need them for either white balancing or legal guidelines.

The Photographers Rights Gray Card Set is only available to US-residents (for now). It’s priced at $15 with free shipping in our brand spankin’ new store. Get ‘em while they’re hot!

To kick things off, we’re giving away three (3) Gray Card Sets. All you have to do is either leave a comment, or tweet this link: http://j.mp/rightscards. We’ll randomly pick the winners on Friday, August 27. US residents only, sorry.


Update: The cards are now available to residents of Canada and the UK as well!


 
 
  • http://www.voicesinmymind.com dee

    Great idea! I’d love to have these!

  • Leica

    nice product, you have a winner here.

  • http://twitter.com/caphector uɐɔunp

    That sounds like a great product; I’d love to get one.

  • Patrick Kansa

    Sounds like an excellent idea who’s time (unfortunately) has come.

  • Patrick Kansa

    Sounds like an excellent idea who’s time (unfortunately) has come.

  • Sasha

    A great product and one that I am close to buying

  • Leo C

    Represent!

  • http://www.facebook.com/deancameron Dean Chrysler Cameron

    These are like the Bill of Rights – Security Edition cards from securityedition.com

  • Jon H

    Pretty neat, I’ll be sure to let my fellow photographer friends know.

  • Ddj0408

    I would love a set. sharp and smart.

  • Hgernhardtjr

    Nice, useful product. But whip them out and just TRY to show to or convince a cop or irate individual … probably get you into even more initial trouble even though you are in the right and will eventually win after spending tons of money on a lawyer and bail.

  • Guest

    we want them in europe :(

  • http://atult.net Atul

    Looks like great! I’m always a bit worried about some security guys walking up to me and ‘Sir, you cannot shoot here, ~~~yada yada~~~.

  • http://atult.net Atul

    Looks like great! I’m always a bit worried about some security guys walking up to me and ‘Sir, you cannot shoot here, ~~~yada yada~~~.

  • http://www.facebook.com/paul.mcelligott Paul McElligott

    Truly sometime useful in more ways than one.

  • Davey

    The common citizen never knows the photographer has rights.

  • Jthlam

    sweet this is a great idea :)

  • Mr.E.

    I like your idea.

  • Jason

    Excellent idea!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Peter-Norby/560900406 Peter Norby

    One less thing to carry! Just need to get PhotoJojo to carry these in their store too!

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  • Andy L

    The tough part is individual state laws :(

  • Andy L

    Touche

  • natash_22

    that’s so clever! i would love a set!

  • Dan W

    Very cool. Multi-purpose tools always win out.

  • lphamjr

    Awesome product. Must buy.

  • guest

    yes. this is the thing I’ve been waiting for so long before I start taking pictures of all these cops.

  • guest

    yes. this is the thing I’ve been waiting for so long before I start taking pictures of all these cops.

  • Wallace

    Cool, useful product & website for photographers. Thanks.

  • Stuffman

    Probably buy a set… if I don’t win one…

  • http://neoeinstein.myopenid.com/ Marcus

    Commenting for a set!

  • http://www.christinielsen.com christinielsen

    Thanks for this. I have tiny print of the law in my camera bag, but what a great idea to combine it with the gray/white cards! :)

  • JodyG

    Very cool!

  • Jcrusso

    These are great!

  • mdemar22

    i’m letting every photographer (and videographer carrying around those sneaky hd dslrs) know; amazing!

  • mdemar22

    i’m letting every photographer (and videographer carrying around those sneaky hd dslrs) know; amazing!

  • http://twitter.com/Jeffco3 Jeffrey Gomez

    Too Dope!

  • krainzy

    Cool idea! Would love to have one.

  • http://twitter.com/nkboyd Nathan Boyd

    and do you not see how these don’t apply to someone outside the US? Obviously these only benefit photographers on US soil, so people overseas need not apply.

    That doesn’t mean that these wont be made with other country-specific laws eventually, but right now there isn’t a universal, global standard of photography rights. So this is US only.

  • John McNamara

    This would have been very useful the number of times I have been harassed taking pictures!
    This is a great idea. Would love to have a set !!!

  • John McNamara

    This would have been very useful the number of times I have been harassed taking pictures!
    This is a great idea. Would love to have a set !!!

  • http://blindfishz.com Officerleroy5

    fantastic!

  • http://elmak.org/ Elmak

    These sound awesome.

  • killboy

    In for the win!

  • Hassygirl

    Gotta have em! That is a problem for me and I just go take stuff for fun.

  • Lordmikal

    Cool, idea

  • vance

    Nice.

  • alyn3d

    This could be a great product if it would be specific for every country the photographer that orders, is in.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/duane.romanell D. Romanell

    For someone who does street photography primarily, these would come in quite handy. Sometimes it’s hard to stress (or remember) the rights of a person that simply wants to create out in a public space.