New York City: Shooting It Like a Pro

Greek and Roman Sculpture Gallery

The museum gives photographers permission to photograph as much as they want KATJA HEINEMANN / AURORA FOR TIME
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The Met gives photographers permission to photograph as much as they want. The only rules are that photos are forbidden in special exhibits and flashes are not allowed. Enterprising photographers can compensate for the latter restriction by bringing along a tripod — which Heinemann used to take this shot in the Greek and Roman art gallery. Tripods are allowed Wednesday through Friday and require a permit from the information desk in the front lobby.

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