What is the reasoning behind no cameras at the venues. Tixs say no cameras, contest says no cameras, yet website has photos from past tours and when many may never see Peter again and want a personal momento of the concert of the year, we are denied having a chance of a lifetime of a photo, it seems alot to ask us loyal fans. Understanding that flash is a no-no is a given, but what harm is it when there are going to be phone shots taken by people attending. So what is the difference? The venue allows small cameras and if it has been allowed in the past why not now. It seems unfair to expect me to see others shooting pictures and posting them and I have to go home with only a t-shirt and a memory of the most anticipated thing in my life. I am hoping that for the price I paid for the tixs I could shoot at least one photo. I am truly hoping this will be changed before the tour kicks off.
Ela30 May 2011 at 9:04pmPosts: 1336 (0 today)Status: offline
You can always give it a try. Usually it's the detachable lens thing that worries security, at least that's what I observed. At some shows security in general is strict, at others it's very relaxed. I think it seems to be management at the particular venues, and their policies dictating the rules, not the performer. I hope it works out that you can bring a camera in. I will have mine at the shows I go to, and I may or may not have problems bringing it in, we shall see.