Too pricey and restrictive, or just about right? Have your say on the Forest Service’s photo guidelines



Want to take photos or shoot movies on the 193 million acres of national forests and grasslands controlled by the US Forest Service, and then sell your works without first obtaining a permit? Arguably, since the introduction of the 1964 Wilderness Act that has been illegal. The act states that “except as specifically provided … there shall be no commercial enterprise … within any wilderness area”, and commercial photography likely doesn't fall under those special provisions.

Still, many photographers have doubtless sold…

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via Imaging Resource News Page


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