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Note to all brides wanting photos outside The Venetian

Yesterday we were unexpectedly asked to stop taking photos outside The Venetian resort.  This has never happened before - inside the shops is restricted in the same fashion and this is better known - but the security assured us that it is standard procedure and that, before taking any photos on the grounds, you must contact management in order to request permission.  I believe permission to take photos is free, but you must inquire in advance (the security said even requesting it same-day would be possible).

Re: Note to all brides wanting photos outside The Venetian

  • ms_mogwaims_mogwai member
    10 Comments
    edited December 2011
    Our photographer told us that they can be strict sometimes in many of the casinos. He advised that we just keep moving and be really quick with the photo stops. It worked for us and we weren't stopped anywhere.
  • Savannah6783Savannah6783 member
    Tenth Anniversary 500 Comments
    edited December 2011
    We made sure to ask before taking photos inside any of the casinos.... as long as they know what you are doing, they don't care. We were even allowed to throw the dice playing craps without having to bet. (@Planet Hollywood). They even allowed DH up on the stripper poles in the Pleasure Pit... I couldn't believe it when I turned around and saw him up there! lol
  • edited December 2011
    Who did you contact?  Security?  Front desk?  I'm getting married at the Venetian and my WC insists no outside photography is permitted, even around the grounds.
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  • edited December 2011
    In Response to Note to all brides wanting photos outside The Venetian:
    [QUOTE]Yesterday we were unexpectedly asked to stop taking photos outside The Venetian resort.  This has never happened before - inside the shops is restricted in the same fashion and this is better known - but the security assured us that it is standard procedure and that, before taking any photos on the grounds, you must contact management in order to request permission.  I believe permission to take photos is free, but you must inquire in advance (the security said even requesting it same-day would be possible).
    Posted by JoeyA_VP[/QUOTE]

    I thought tourist/non pros could take pictures? 
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