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Just a few things,

Twister_Twister_ Registered User new member
Hey, I'm Tristan or (Twister_)
I am kinda new to this whole PAX thing and just wanted to ask some PAX Veterans a few things.
I'll be attending the pax event with a mate of mine. We're both 17 and run small youtube channels.
Are we aloud to take a backpack that's filled with our camera's etc? (Vlogging essentials boys.)
Let's say we film one of us playing a game and another person is in it, Do we have to ask permission from the person that was in it if we can post it?

Thankyou so much.
Look forward to seeing you there.

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  • BekerBeker Child's Play Program Director SeattleRegistered User, Penny Arcade Staff regular
    Answers to this and more are in the Official FAQ http://aus.paxsite.com/faq#can-i-take-pictures-or-video

    -Beker/Erick
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  • SennoSenno AustraliaRegistered User regular
    From the official FAQ:


    Can I take pictures or video?

    Indeed! PAX is a public event. Cameras are everywhere. Our attendees understand that they are in the public domain and are likely to be filmed, photographed or recorded. That said if an exhibitor asks you not to film or photograph a booth or an event please respect their wishes. You can even share your pictures with the world through our gallery.

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