Permit needed for photographing Yellowstone?

4 months 1 week ago #646819 by Scott Klubeck
Hey guys, to photograph Yellowstone with the intent to sell prints, do you need a permit?  


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4 months 1 week ago #646829 by Nikon Shooter
I would not understand why… you already
pay for its management and maintenance!

Light is free… capturing it is not!

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4 months 1 week ago #646876 by garyrhook

Scott Klubeck wrote: Hey guys, to photograph Yellowstone with the intent to sell prints, do you need a permit?  


Permits are required for commercial shoots within the park (people, equipment, inconvenience, tearing up the place, etc). You can find out about that on the nps.gov site, I think, which would have all the information you need.

As for you hiking and taking photos, I believe the answer is "no", no matter what your intent. It's public land, and no one owns anything upon it.


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4 months 1 week ago #646984 by David Hutnik
:agree:  no permits needed unless you are up there for commercial purpose.


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