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    Default MBS SkyPark

    Hi Bros/Sister/Seniors

    Is tripod allowed up there? cos their entry rule mentioned "No professional photographic equipment is allowed".

    Many thanks

    AC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Campy View Post
    Hi Bros/Sister/Seniors

    Is tripod allowed up there? cos their entry rule mentioned "No professional photographic equipment is allowed".

    Many thanks

    AC
    I specifically asked the ticketing counter staffs if tripods are allowed to be used and they said "NO". But I did see people using their tripods.

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    Default Re: MBS SkyPark

    I saw a lot of thread take from MBS Skypark with long-exposure photograph.

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    There are definitely many people who brought tripod of all sizes on the first day of skypark opening. Wonder if they put in the control after that.
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    That's bad news. Was hopping to go up there with my tripod when the weather gets better.

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    Default Re: MBS SkyPark

    These images was shot handheld with a Nikon D3:

    PANORAMA shot from MBS before Sunset

    After Sunset

    With an 85mm @ f8
    Last edited by ShadowWarrior; 10th July 2010 at 02:24 PM.

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    Was there last night trying to find out how to get up to the Skypark. Saw a girl buying tickets at the concierge with her tripod slung on her left shoulder and no one stopped her. Hmmm, another fellow CSer also told me before that he brought his tripod up for night shots. He had a tripod bag though, so perhaps it helps to be a little 'less obvious'
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    Default Re: MBS SkyPark

    i guess the rule is a little slack? well no harm trying to bring a tripod up right.

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    Default Re: MBS SkyPark

    Thanks to all for the inputs.

    Guess I'll just try my luck with the tripod along.


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    the skypark got one section need to pay $10 to go, its the observation deck (has the best view). the security there is on/off. if at first they stop u, try again later. juz blend with the crowd thats how i got in for free. i was also holding my tripod with no bag in my arms and walked right thru their security no probs. saw other ppl with tripod there too
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowWarrior View Post
    These images was shot handheld with a Nikon D3:

    PANORAMA shot from MBS before Sunset

    After Sunset

    With an 85mm @ f8
    this is done with HDR right? dam wished i had a wider angle lens i had to photostitch 10 photos to get panorama
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