Central Park Photography rules

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dinoSnake
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Re: Central Park Photography rules
In reply to Steven Wandy, 8 months ago

Steven Wandy wrote:

dinoSnake wrote:

pedroboe100 wrote:

No limitations on CP AFAIK. There are places with restrictions. For example : Lincoln Center. You can take pictures of LC from the sidewalk on a tripod, but not on the stairs or plaza. Law enforcement it's friendly on most cases, so don't hesitate to ask. Have fun!

That depends Attending an opera series and being generally friendly helps

1 - great shot from a nice prospective.

2 - I doubt if you were able to walk into the Metropolitan Opera House (much less set up) a tripod - unless it was hidden in your pants and you walked very stiffly ;-). Possibly a very collapsible mono-pod or a small table tripod and set it up in the opening on the wall.

Thank you!  It was shot from the dress circle-level's balcony with the camera sat on the railing for support.  For sure, both discretion and tact are required.

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