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NYC After Dark Message Board › Tripods at Hudson River Park / Battery Park

Tripods at Hudson River Park / Battery Park

Roy
royhubbard
Group Organizer
East Stroudsburg, PA
Post #: 11
Went to do some more digging about the tripod issue from last night, and came up with this link.

Photographing on the Streets of NYC: Stills Allowed and Stills Permitted

Specifically:

There are, however, three public parks in Manhattan — Bryant Park, Battery Park City and the Hudson River Park— for which permission to shoot and permitting are administered through dedicated Conservancies, which results in very different application processes and cost, permit fees and regulations. While the permitting process for these parks is aimed at photographers shooting for commercial use, if you are shooting for a non-commercial use and are planning on using any equipment (tripod included) in addition to your camera, it is best to check with the appropriate Conservancy in advance because their definition of “handheld” is much narrower than that used by MOFTB.
James
EffStopp
New York, NY
Post #: 4
Good stuff, Man. Thanks.
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