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Front Range Photography Message Board › Commercial Permits

Commercial Permits

A former member
Post #: 4
Hi everyone. I am a photographer that mostly does family and senior photo sessions. I was just wondering if any of you have run into problems shooting at many public locations without a permit. I am shooting a small family session at a park in Denver this weekend and found out I had to get a permit to do this. This seems so silly to me, considering my groups are always small and the only equipment I have is my camera. Have you run into this other places, such as in Boulder?
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