I am NOT a PROfessional photographer and photography is NOT my hobby
The point clarify your intentions and they will be nice to help you out. They are just doing their job, and from what I was told by the middle management; the security guards always do things differently from the original instructions they gave.
A Paragon - no cameras at all, so shoppers and others could watch properly.
B Others - no restriction where the ladder gang would set up a "wall". Result you know la.
2 extremes - now, which way should the organizers go?
I love big car, big house, big lenses, but small apertures.
So, that means the Marina Square, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Centrepoint and VivoCity are ok with camera?
Well, from my point of view, each building's management have their own set of rules. The moment one steps into the building, the management expect the visitors to obey those rules. If the management does not allow photography in their premises, then move on to another place to shoot. No point arguing.
In my opinion, it is not a right - it is a priviledge.
hmm....going to try to take some pics with my F30....
next time all DSLR will have S mode ( Silent Mode)
No point going to Paragon, there are many other friendly malls to shoot.
Hear Marina sq will banned Photography soon and Raffles City now doing it
Last edited by harrynkl; 1st April 2008 at 11:51 AM.
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