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Re: [photo-555] Suggestion for outdoor portraits

From: Jon W.
Sent on: Monday, October 4, 2010 2:01 PM
On 10/04/[masked]:43 PM, Carla McCawley Eggerman wrote:
> Ah, thanks!  And you can take pictures there no problem?  I have a
> friend getting married in a couple months and I wanted to take her
> picture in her wedding gown somewhere nice.

The way it was explained to me is that they've banned pro photography 
and they're on the lookout for things like tripods and lightstands.

Nevermind that there are plenty of amateur photographers who use the 
same equipment. (and would most likely be asked to leave as well)

The big question is, if they see you setting up with a bride in a 
wedding gown will it fly.  I'm guessing no.

Again, as it was explained to me, the justification for this is that 
they would like visitors to enjoy the peaceful beauty of a Japanese 
style garden. Photographers conducting bridal shoots sorta ruins the mood.

If you were to try and then get the boot there are plenty of other 
scenic locations in Herman park.


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