You have been sending us your pictures of the photographers' protest against terror stop and searches in London's Trafalgar Square. This photograph was taken by Peter Kent.
The photographers say police are intimidating people with cameras in tactics to target possible terrorists. This protester, photographed by Barry Griffin, was wearing several CCTV cameras.
A series of controversial incidents over the past year have included photographers being stopped while taking pictures of landmarks and public buildings. Photo: Daniel Canfora.
A separate counter-terrorism law, which in theory restricts the rights to photograph police officers, has added to the tensions. This picture was taken by Peter Jones.
The government says the power to stop people without suspicion is vital to make cities a hostile place for any possible attacker. Michael Perrin sent this, "symbolic image of camera against the sky."
Blogger 'Old Holborn' also attended the demonstration wearing a Guy Fawkes mask. Photo: Michael Perrin.
Flora Savastano also sent pictures of the demonstration.
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