Approval for Filming & Photography????


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vortex

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http://www.sbg.org.sg/visitorinfo_usesofgarden.htm

Approval for Filming & Photography

Prior approval for filming and commercial photography in the Gardens is required to be obtained.

Applications have to be submitted at least 7 days prior to the proposed filming or photography dates.

Please click here for the application form.
http://www.sbg.org.sg/terms_conditions_filming.htm

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Do you actually need to apply for approval?!?! :dunno:

i went there many years back with my camera and tripod..didnt seem to have any problems.

has the rule changed or something?

heh...just wanted to be sure, as i won't wanna carry a tripod there and get turned back by security :blah:
 

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hey dude , i did a wedding shoot last week there!! i stop over the info counter and talk to guy sitting there with the guards smiling at me!! relax la....dun think u really need any pass to do a shoot in it....
 

Del_CtrlnoAlt

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read the word... commercial... we are for leisure, no problem...

unless you bring a crew down with reflectors, and few models, etc, den u might get the warning.
 

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Normal phototaking is ok, but if you are going to organise a commerical shoot, you will need permission.
 

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haha ok guys...thank you very much!!! :D

just wanted to be sure lah :bsmilie:
now just gotta wait for the rain to stop (esp on a weekend) :blah:
 

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Commercial photographers have to beware then. Esp those wedding photographers....

Anyway, they did not execute their duties to stop people...
 

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Hmm... I think for occasions like Wedding or leisurely shoot, they'll open-1-eye, close-1-eye.

But if we're toking big media companies, going there in a Mediacorp or Mediaworks van, with their reflectors, Betacams and a crew of 50 (incl. actors/actresses), I guess approval is needed for such stuff.
 

authmn

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if normal ppl also charge, tourists wont go liao... then u willl see the govt step in...
media definitely will be charged. nothing wrong.
weddings.... i believe high chance yes...
 

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