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April 28, 2011


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Any place that says cameras encouraged must be a good place.


Dominique King

I can understand when there are some concerns with copyright issues and art museums with modern pieces. However, these days, when museums discourages cameras, they're often turning away some great PR opportunities with so many people blogging and using SM to document their travels. Camera policies sometimes determine where I do, and do not go (and cover with stories here).
As you can tell, we had great weather the day we visited the Gilmore. Lighting inside of the buildings can make photographing problematic with a hand-held camera, but it's definitely a place you should visit with your camera!

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