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I never even thought about it. Steer clear. I asked if I could take picture of the buffet sign and got an emphatic NO!!! These strategies are the key to successful photography on a casino floor. The security guard instructed us to delete the pictures but happily did not actually stand there and watch us do so. Try resting your camera on something to keep it steady, or tuck your elbow in and use your arm like a tripod. Notify me of new posts by email. You got a great picture of that dancer! We were taking a picture of a completely empty bar. Security guards tend to get overzealous, and tensions can escalate quickly. Forcing people to not take pictures is impossible today. Thanks to these dealers at Cosmo for not having a freak-out. Do not acknowledge the person. Also, I think regularly featuring Valeria will help drive plenty of eyeballs to your blog. Good advice, for sure. I was taking a picture of the architecture that surrounds the cage at the Main Street Casino and was promptly told no photos of the cage. Good advice Scott! I have never had a problem taking pictures in the casinos in Vegas but have had the security watch and then double check that we deleted one here in Vancouver. Share some Vegas. Yes, we need to get a life. I have never been hassled in any casino, take lots of pictures and video with my cell phone and other surveillance equipment. Keep snapping. Commercial, military, intelligence… Been making a very, very good living for nearly 40 years and still going strong. Four Queens, downtown, actually has signs encouraging photography. One of the keys to taking photos in casinos is to avoid being noticed. Ask to speak to a manager, and sort it out with someone higher on the food chain. I took out my phone and took a picture of the screen. This just happened to us at Palace Station. They left me alone. Think through where you need to be for your photo so you get it right the first time. He said all over the casino. I have a portable drive full of pictures from the years when I gambled. This is the one rule that makes sense on the part of casinos. This is a biggy. Photography is a great way to capture and remember our experiences, so knowing how to dance around antiquated guidelines can be very useful during a Las Vegas visit. The smaller the camera, the better. Smartphone cameras tend to blend in, while larger, DSLR cameras can draw unwanted attention. You seem pretty ignorant of the way successful people live their lives. Never offer to delete photos you have already taken, and do not let security review your photos, as they do not have the legal right to do so. But no one said anything when I photographed the rest of the casino. Tripod legs are a danger to other guests who are often either drunk or distracted by all the shiny things in a casino. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} If asked, explain your photos are for personal use, not commercial. The casinos have for the most part given up on the no photos policy from what i have seen. I had a tech next to me and I take out my phone to take a picture of it, which she craps on. I already had my picture. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Las Vegas casinos have a reputation for having strict policies prohibiting photography. Pretty hard to understand the objections to that. Here, then, are 10 tips for taking photos in any casino while avoiding run-ins with casino security, law enforcement and The Man. I told him to get his Supervisor. Reactions to photography in casinos varies widely. Your email address will not be published. In Las Vegas, size matters. Hit your spot and start snapping. Hey guys! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Practice what you preach, Grandpa. I further said that I needed documentation of the copyright violation as I may pursue this in civil court, sounds like a great Class Action lawsuit! A snap is less likely to be noticed than a pan. Of course I took that picture. One of our favorite rules is never obey rules. The slot screen was copyrighted was his answer. Too hard to enforce now with cell phones. I have maybe a thousand of pictures of jackpots since then. Barney was on me again. Most casinos use security concerns as an excuse to ban photography, but that reason is outdated and misguided. Let the security breaches begin! You seem pretty fucking shady and full of yourself. Those policies can suck it. Not that anyone would do that kind of thing in a Las Vegas hotel room, of course. Use your Taser on them immediately. Possibly the best thing since brothel gift certificates. These tips might work for cage photos, too, but why tempt fate? So much for keeping quiet, eh? Show me one I said. You are also ignorant of the various types of surveillance people are under.