Aviva Open Singapore 2009 Super Series


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Canonised

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http://www.singaporebadmintonopen.sg/

Photographers thinking of shooting (thinking of going there to support the Series but :dunno: no camera allowed), please note:

ADMISSION RULES
No admission for infant in arms.
Free admission for Child aged below 12 years old EXCEPT for Semi-Finals & Finals. (Premium seats not included.) Child 13 years old and above must purchase ticket for admission.

* No Photography, Video recording and Audio recording is allowed for this event !
 

KangS

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http://www.singaporebadmintonopen.sg/

Photographers thinking of shooting (thinking of going there to support the Series but :dunno: no camera allowed), please note:

ADMISSION RULES
No admission for infant in arms.
Free admission for Child aged below 12 years old EXCEPT for Semi-Finals & Finals. (Premium seats not included.) Child 13 years old and above must purchase ticket for admission.

* No Photography, Video recording and Audio recording is allowed for this event !
Do read carefully ... it states :

"No flash photography, video recording or audio recording is allowed for this event."

Which means.... no photography using flash. Not no photography. :dunno:
 

Zeropoint

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Do read carefully ... it states :

"No flash photography, video recording or audio recording is allowed for this event."

Which means.... no photography using flash. Not no photography. :dunno:

From the
http://www.sistic.com.sg/portal/dt?retry=1&dt.windowProvider.targetPortletChannel=JSPTabContainer/sEventsCalendar/Event&contentCode=aviva0609&dt.isPortletRequest=true&dt.provider=PortletWindowProcessChannel&dt.containerName=JSPTabContainer/sEventsCalendar&dt.action=process&dt.windowProvider.currentChannelMode=VIEW&dt.window.portletAction=RENDER
it shows
* No Photography, Video recording and Audio recording is allowed for this event !


From the
http://www.sistic.com.sg/portal/dt?dt.isPortletRequest=true&dt.action=process&dt.provider=PortletWindowProcessChannel&dt.windowProvider.targetPortletChannel=JSPTabContainer/pStaticPage&dt.containerName=JSPTabContainer/sFreeLetters&dt.windowProvider.currentChannelMode=VIEW&dt.window.portletAction=RENDER&pageID=conditionsOfSale
it shows
21. No photography, audio or video recording is allowed during the Event unless otherwise stated by the Promoter.


But from the http://www.singaporebadmintonopen.sg/Fan_Info/Purchase_Tickets.aspx
it shows
No flash photography, video recording or audio recording is allowed for this event.


So which is correct? Anyone know.
 

Canonised

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Do read carefully ... it states :

"No flash photography, video recording or audio recording is allowed for this event."

Which means.... no photography using flash. Not no photography. :dunno:
The other time I brought my 300mm f2.8 and was stopped by a young volunteer that I am not allowed to shoot even though the whole place was about 10% occupied ... reason given was that he was instructed by the management .....
BTW, we dont shoot with flash for sports ... that's basic:dunno:
 

KangS

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You can. Bring all the photography gear you want. Only restrictions is no videography and no flash. And yes.. no tripods.

This is straight from the horse's mouth at the venue itself. Have fun. :thumbsup:
 

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