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    hi,just wanted to ask for opinions..is it ok to shoot at country borders like the bridge between woodlands checkpoint and jb? i saw the good view of the sunset along that area. Would there be any particular restrictions as far as immigration controls and securities are concerned? i'm not a S'porean so just quite unfamiliar with such cases..thnx

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeelanac View Post
    hi,just wanted to ask for opinions..is it ok to shoot at country borders like the bridge between woodlands checkpoint and jb? i saw the good view of the sunset along that area. Would there be any particular restrictions as far as immigration controls and securities are concerned? i'm not a S'porean so just quite unfamiliar with such cases..thnx
    i shot in the imigration cp there b4 and got scolded..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeelanac View Post
    hi,just wanted to ask for opinions..is it ok to shoot at country borders like the bridge between woodlands checkpoint and jb? i saw the good view of the sunset along that area. Would there be any particular restrictions as far as immigration controls and securities are concerned? i'm not a S'porean so just quite unfamiliar with such cases..thnx
    i shot in the imigration cp there b4 and got scolded..

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    Default Re: shooting at country-borders

    on the bridge is fine
    not the checkpoints building and gantries though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeelanac View Post
    hi,just wanted to ask for opinions..is it ok to shoot at country borders like the bridge between woodlands checkpoint and jb? i saw the good view of the sunset along that area. Would there be any particular restrictions as far as immigration controls and securities are concerned? i'm not a S'porean so just quite unfamiliar with such cases..thnx
    Maybe you can try check out of SG, walk to the middle of the causewa, one foot on MY part and another on SG part, technically you have left SG but have not entered MY, right? Correct me if I'm wrong.
    Last edited by lsisaxon; 30th October 2007 at 05:11 PM.

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    dun try, very sensitive thing. i got prosecuted while trying to shoot the train track in old woodlands check point. nice view though but ended up deleting all of it. -.-
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    Quote Originally Posted by JerrySH View Post
    dun try, very sensitive thing. i got prosecuted while trying to shoot the train track in old woodlands check point. nice view though but ended up deleting all of it. -.-
    I think they just want to prevent terrorists from invading the train tracks. Yeah.. it's quite sensitive. But do SG or MY own the sun? It would be hard to swallow if you get proseuted for shooting sunset..
    Last edited by lsisaxon; 30th October 2007 at 05:52 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lsisaxon View Post
    Do SG or MY own the sun?
    its not about tt, but tt area is state land, cannot tresspass.
    and was using a 350D with 18-55 kit lens, no choice have to go up close, sway sway tio caught by the police.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JerrySH View Post
    its not about tt, but tt area is state land, cannot tresspass.
    and was using a 350D with 18-55 kit lens, no choice have to go up close, sway sway tio caught by the police.
    Sigh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lsisaxon View Post
    Sigh...
    lol wat to do, school can only loan such cams~
    so i use my own~
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    Default Re: shooting at country-borders

    No problem lah. We ever shot there for a hour or so. walked from sg to middle of bridge. The police from both side also dont bother about us. However, inside the checkpoint area is not allowed.

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    thanks for opinions.
    I guess i'll just take a photo while inside the bus passing the bridge..this way it'll be safe to do.

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    Default Re: shooting at country-borders

    As long as it is restricted area, you are not allowed to take pictures. So check the sign properly before you attempt anything.

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    Default Re: shooting at country-borders

    Ask.... it's that simple :

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    Quote Originally Posted by theveed View Post
    Ask.... it's that simple :
    theveed, that's why i have posted this thread because i'm ASKING. got it man?

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