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Permits for National Parks in the USA


Christine M Baker
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I have not been in the US for several years.  I am down in the USA shooting primarily for myself,  but I wondered what I have to do to put the Images up on Alamy.

I have travelled to several country's without a permit or request for one,  but It seems the US is a tangled mess to get a permit.

 

 

Any information would be helpful.

Christine Baker

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what are you doing, just a handheld camera and/or tripod and not leaving an impact or disturbing other people and being respectful? or are you coming in with lights, props, special access, generally creating a nuisance and disturbing others around you and/or leaving an impact requiring park rangers to monitor you?  the former needs no permit, the latter requires a permit.

 

also: https://www.nps.gov/aboutus/news/commercial-film-and-photo-permits.htm

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13 minutes ago, Christine M Baker said:

No we are using Canon  6D's.  No tripods.  To the average person they just think it is a nice Camera,

love that camera, been using it for years, 385k shutter count, even dropped onto a marble floor in paris, still works, but didn't like the AF. got a r6 a few months ago and made my life so so so much easier.

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22 hours ago, sooth said:

love that camera, been using it for years, 385k shutter count, even dropped onto a marble floor in paris, still works, but didn't like the AF. got a r6 a few months ago and made my life so so so much easier.

Great Camera.  My assistant dropped a camera on some rocks.  It has to go in when I get home.  However it still works !

 

Since we are talking how do you feel about the change  in Alamy ?   I have been talking to others and I am getting mixed messages.

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46 minutes ago, Christine M Baker said:

Since we are talking how do you feel about the change  in Alamy ?   I have been talking to others and I am getting mixed messages.

 

It's like I'm swimming around in a fish bowl. As it begins to boil, I can't do anything about it; there are no other fish bowls around I can jump into to escape from.

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On 24/05/2022 at 21:10, Christine M Baker said:

Since we are talking how do you feel about the change  in Alamy ?   I have been talking to others and I am getting mixed messages.

Mixed messages? Really?

From where I'm sitting, it's all bad for the contributor, exccept that it seems the Infringements Team is being a bit more proactive than previously.

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