icepics wrote: If it's a concert or performance, it may be held in a public park but you'd need to check with whoever is putting on/sponsoring the performance. If there isn't info. posted on the websites for the park district or concert/play you might need to contact whoever is doing PR or media relations to find out their policies on photography. It can help when that info. is available online but it may not be, so it's probably best if an employee doesn't seem to know the policy or you think they may be mistaken then avoid being confrontational and ask who you can talk to. In my experience in sports often phones are allowed but types of cameras and lenses may be restricted.
Perfect. That is simply grand! lol
Ozzie_Traveller wrote: G'day all
I've had occasional comments and knock-backs, along with police interference at public events, sometimes at the behest of a member of the public who, having seen camera on tripod has claimed 'goodness knows what' but has drawn the police into the equation
I now wear my 'camouflage' jacket to many events - sporting, surf beach, public parks ...
ps- my students also wear one when on excursions so as to avoid issues like the ones we're talking about here
Phil from the great land Downunder
John-Pepp wrote: Then the custom agent explained that ever since 9/11 the people weren't allowed to take pictures of the tunnel or bridges that connected the U.S. and Canada borders.
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