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Carol wrote:The Ryman, here in Nashville, was very strict regarding cameras. People did bring in cameras, but if they were spotted, the ushers were IMMEDIATELY there to call a halt to the picture taking.
My daughter managed to get three pics during the show before being "disciplined" by the usher. He didn't take her camera, but he made it clear that she was to take no more pictures.
The zoom would have allowed me to take some really good photos from where I was sitting, but I'm just not one to tempt fate.
Good luck to you and your venue. I hope you get some great pictures!
The general camera policy at Massey Hall is: no video cameras and no professional zoom lense cameras. Small personal point and shoot cameras (incl. flash) and camera phones are allowed but Massey Hall reserves the right to ask a patron to put away their camera if they are causing a disruption. In addition, each artist may alter this policy on the night of the performance - we usually do not have advance warning of this, so be prepared that all cameras may be disallowed on the evening of a show at the artist's request.
For concert events, this policy is at the discretion of the artist. Please call Guest Relations at 212-465-6225, any weekday during normal business hours, for more information.
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