Professional equipment is not allowed in malls?

Started Oct 10, 2013 | Discussions thread
Dave Hanson
Dave Hanson Regular Member • Posts: 381
Re: Exactly

LeoGotCamera wrote:


sorry, but I don't agree with your logic. Property owner can impose any rules, but they need to make sense. We cannot just blindly accept whatever somebody with authority says to us.

This is why I always check the policy of whatever place (sporting venue, museum, zoo, botanic gardens, etc.) I plan on visiting. If it doesn't say so on the company's website, I may call for clarification. And if it says no tripods, it means no tripods. I won't make a fuss about it, I'll just find a way to work around it. It's their place, and yes, they can make whatever rules they want, even if they seem arbitrary. We may not like their rules, but them's the rules and they're part of the price of admission.

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