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Some New York Restaurants Banning Food Photography

A recent New York Times article explains why some of New York City's finest eating establishments are banning food photography.

"There are the foreign tourists who, despite their big cameras, tend to be very discreet. There are those who use a flash and annoy everyone around them. There are those who come equipped with gorillapods — those small, flexible tripods to use on their tables.
 
There are even those who stand on their chairs to shoot their plates from above.
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Moe Issa, the owner of Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare, said he banned photography several months after opening when it became too much of a distraction to the other diners at his 18-seat restaurant."

Read the entire article here.

Posted: 1/24/2013 7:42:13 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
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