Nikon D7000 : Tamron 17-50VC f2.8, SB-900
Nikon D90 : Nikon 18-105 VR, SB-600
come like a tourist, dress like a tourist, talk like a tourist, shoot like a tourist, you can almost shoot at anywhere, even if you not allow to shoot in certain areas, they will tell you nicely not to shoot there.
hope you enjoy your stay in Singapore.
anything set up that not resembling like a hobbyist, will be classified as commercial shoot.
any kind of commercial shoots will need to get permission granted by the property owners.
you want to look pros, now you got it, but are you willing to pay the price?
I think shoot under natural ambient lighting would solve the problem, won't look so pro and no equipment involved, just PG, Model and camera
i have shot some govt buildings here, but so far no issue.. i didn't use DSLR, though, i used my RF, dressed in Tshirt, berms and slippers..
so anyone can shoot "most" of the government properties will not get into troubles.
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Basically it's a no brainer question. Going by the "rules"...photographers can take any pictures in public without permit so long as the intent do not infringe the decency & modesty of the public and the photographer himself do not obstruct and create a public nuisance.
Permit is required from the owners for all private properties including cinemas, shopping malls, amusment parks, museums, art galleries and concert halls (esplanade and indoor statdium).
Permit is also required for security sensitive locations like MRT stations, airports, immigration halls, army camps, oil refinery, pharmaceutical labs etc.
Most property owners (private and government) will tend to oblige if permission is asked in advance as it is in the form of publicity for them.
I once tried to shoot with a DSLR at the Dakota MRT and the guy come and tell me I can't take photos inside MRT stations