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Old 01-25-2013, 06:07 PM   #16
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I'm not worried about it. Disney would first try to sue the snot out of them for trademark infringement rather than upset millions of guests by depriving them of photography.

Besides, there are other takes on what to do at Disney than the typical guest would imagine.

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Highly doubt it will cause any policy changes. Looking at it from a cost-benefit perspective, Disney benefits greatly from free publicity as a result of photography in the parks--far more greatly than any harms that come to it through photography.

As for the film itself, I really hope to be able to see it. As for those disturbed by the trailer...have you never read Lolita or seen American Beauty? For that matter, have you never enjoyed any pop culture portrayal of a topic that is ethically dubious?
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Highly doubt it will cause any policy changes. Looking at it from a cost-benefit perspective, Disney benefits greatly from free publicity as a result of photography in the parks--far more greatly than any harms that come to it through photography.

As for the film itself, I really hope to be able to see it. As for those disturbed by the trailer...have you never read Lolita or seen American Beauty? For that matter, have you never enjoyed any pop culture portrayal of a topic that is ethically dubious?
This is what I'm thinking too.... isn't it worse publicity for Disney to make too big a stink over this and / or restrict photography in the parks?

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Old 01-28-2013, 07:53 PM   #19
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As for the film itself, I really hope to be able to see it. As for those disturbed by the trailer...have you never read Lolita or seen American Beauty? For that matter, have you never enjoyed any pop culture portrayal of a topic that is ethically dubious?
Come to think of it, no. I've never read or watched either. I reserve my ethically dubious entertainment for political theater of the evening news.
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I hope not! I am not a professional, although I am getting better all the time! I would say a normal tourist may not have a Mark 5 tho!
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My inside sources tell me that they will change their policy on June 19th (the day we arrive), but don't worry after a week they will change it back!

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I hope not! I am not a professional, although I am getting better all the time! I would say a normal tourist may not have a Mark 5 tho!
I'm always amazed how many DSLRs I see in the park. Still not as many tripods, but definitely lots of photography going on there.
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