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    Default Need to pay to photograph in Chijmes?

    Dear gurus!

    I am photographing some friends who are getting married next weekend in Chijmes.

    Just wondering if this is a private property and will I be stopped by a security guard?

    The couple will be in their wedding gowns and I will be photographing from 8AM to 10AM on a Saturday.

    Kindly advise

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue_kelvinsg View Post
    Dear gurus! I am photographing some friends who are getting married next weekend in Chijmes. Just wondering if this is a private property and will I be stopped by a security guard? The couple will be in their wedding gowns and I will be photographing from 8AM to 10AM on a Saturday. Kindly advise
    Yes. U have to pay. Check their website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JacePhoto View Post
    Yes. U have to pay. Check their website.
    +1.

    http://chijmes.com.sg/photography-filming/

    Photography / Filming
    CHIJMES has a wonderful range of great photo locations set in the background of the century-old cathedral.

    We welcome visitor snapshots; individual, family, portraits; and other photography intended for personal use only (i.e., not for commercial use). Please note that props, stands, luggage, rolling racks and clothing changes are not permitted.

    Wedding, bridal, cosplay and other professional photo shoots, and photography for commercial use in areas managed by CHIJMES are subjected to a licence fee. WEF of 1 Jan 2016: Licence fee for photography has been revised to $200.00 for weekdays and $250.00 weekends. Our website is currently facing some technical difficulties, however do secure booking by making payment and leaving your email with Pay Pal, we will email you back with a confirmation.

    • All photography and filming to be undertaken by Individual / your company (the “Company”) is restricted to the permitted areas within and around CHIJMES (the “Property”).
    • All photography and filming must be undertaken and completed within the specified time frame as indicated in the form. Any request(s) for changes in timing should be submitted to PRE 8 Investments Pte. Ltd at least 1 working day before the original scheduled time.
    • Please note the following:
    • All tenants’ areas (including CHIJMES Hall) are not included. Kindly seek separate permission from our tenants.
    • No blockage of public walkway and corridor.
    • No loading / unloading from 12 noon to 2.30pm and 5pm onwards.
    • The staff of CHIJMES’ Security Team reserves the right to enquire / question any on-site activities within and around the premises of CHIJMES, without prior notice, as part of our security measures.
    • PRE 8 Investments Pte. Ltd. is not obligated to and will not provide electricity supply for any photography and filming. The Individual / Company should therefore bring along their own portable equipment(s) for these purposes.
    • Throughout the use of the Property, the Individual / Company should ensure that the Property is not damaged or dirtied. The Individual / Company will be held liable for any loss or damage whatsoever and howsoever caused to the Property and to the employees, servants, contractors or agents of PRE 8 Investments Pte.Ltd.
    • PRE 8 Investments Pte Ltd will have no liability for any damage or injury whatsoever that may be incurred by any crew or cast member or representative of the Individual / Company. Further, PRE 8 Investments Pte.Ltd. will have no liability for any loss of property on the Property.
    • Licence Fee
    • The Applicant shall pay to PRE 8 Investments Pte Ltd a licence fee of S$214.00 or S$267.50 (inclusive of 7% GST) for photography session on weekdays or on weekends respectively. The Applicant shall pay to PRE 8 Investments Pte Ltd a licence fee of S$1,6050.00 (inclusive of 7% GST) for filming session. The Licence Fee shall be due and payable via Paypal in advance on the execution of this Agreement.
    • The Licence Fee excludes the provision of logistics and maintenance. Request for logistics and maintenance support will be chargeable at a separately quoted rate.
    • (Filming Only) Security Deposit
    • The Applicant shall pay the sum of S$1,000.00 being the deposit during the term of this filming session. The Management shall have the absolute right to deduct from this Security Deposit all monies owing to it and all other charges incurred in the event that the Applicant shall fail to carry out the required safety, housekeeping, maintenance and any other obligations outlined in subsequent clauses after the lapse of twenty-four (24) hours from the time when instructions to carry out are issued to the Applicant by the Management.
    • Licence fees are non-refundable.

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    Two years ago my sister get married at Chijmes. After that they approached our photographer asking for my sister wedding photo for them to use in their promotion, our photographer asked for $100 usage fee and say can split $50 with us, but after that they don't reply our photographer already. Now they want to charge wedding couple $250 to take photo. Then don't hold wedding there lah so greedy!

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    Default Re: Need to pay to photograph in Chijmes?

    can go in and just take photos, act blur?
    who would actually enforce the rules there? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by archcherub View Post
    can go in and just take photos, act blur?
    who would actually enforce the rules there? lol
    Of course you can. In the best case you get complimented out of the door by onsite security staff.
    Worst case is a police report and some inconvenient questions, followed by a claim from the management. If they link you with this posting here (which is not really difficult) it becomes a deliberate act. Good luck,
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