Los Angeles bans photography at concerts in a public park – DIY Photography

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Los Angeles bans photography at concerts in a public park – DIY Photography

While taking photos in public places is one of your constitutionals rights, some officials seem to violate the Constitution more often than ever. The latest case happened in Los Angeles, where the city officials have issued the ban on photographing free concerts in a public park. Not only you can’t…

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  1. This is a performer issue, not a city issue. We know how vocal performers have become toward people using cell phones to take pictures or shoot videos during their concerts. And these days, what’s the line between shooting with a wifi-enabled camera or a cell phone? And if you can shoot with a cell phone, why not with a camera? Ultimately, it is the performer (or the production company/agency’s) right to not want photography/video during their shows. If you really want to remember the show, then actually watch it. People just have to take it for what it is.

  2. Curious then when the Sunset Strip closes down once a year for it’s annual party are they allowed to prevent me from shooting the bands playing on the street, which is public even though it’s turned into a venue.

  3. IF ARTIST DO NOT WANT THEIR PICTURES TAKEN OR THE AUDIENCE VIDEO TAPING THEM THEN DO NOT PERFORM IN “PUBLIC SPACE”. IT IS THAT SIMPLE. IT IS THE RIGHT OF THE ARTIST IF THEY DO NOT WANT PEOPLE TAKING PICTURES OF THEM BUT IT IS ALSO THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO TAKE PICTURES WHILE IN PUBLIC.

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