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Media Advisory for Photographers Operating at Camera Stands for Royal Barge Procession on 24 October 2019

7 October 2019 (Readers 3)
 
Media Advisory for Photographers Operating at Camera Stands
for Royal Barge Procession
on 24 October 2019
 
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1. Regulations, Etiquette, and Guidelines for photographing

1.1 All photographers from international news agencies, newspapers, and magazines, have to show their press cards specifically issued by PRD for the Royal Coronation for King Rama X;

1.2 Only photographers with press cards, issued by PRD for the Royal Coronation for King Rama X, will be allowed to operate at camera platforms;
 
1.3 They have to register at the designated stands at least 3 hours before the ceremony begins. All cameras have to be checked by the policemen at each stand; after that, photographers will receive armbands, which they have to wear on their right arm, with their special ID card attached to it, all the time they are covering the event;
 
1.4 All photographers have to remain in their stands until the event has finished;
 
1.5 Photographers must not behave in an inappropriate manner, whether in speaking or acting;
 
1.6 They should not crowd against one another when photographing;
 
1.7 Photographers must not take photographs right in the faces of His Majesty the King and members of the Royal Family at the event;
 
1.8 It is prohibited to take photographs of His Majesty the King and members of the Royal Family while they are ascending or descending stairs;
 
1.9 Photographers are allowed to photograph within the arranged area only, for the sake of orderliness and to accord honor to His Majesty the King and members of the Royal Family;
 
1.10 Photographers who do not act in compliance with these regulations, or refuse to follow officials advice, will be forbidden to take photographs at the event and their armbands will be confiscated.
2. Dress Code
Members of the media are advised to dress in a polite manner. Photographers operating at the designated stands are required to observe the following dress code:
 
- Men: A solid navy-blue suit (jacket and trousers in matching fabric), with a yellow polo shirt and black leather shoes. They should have short hair and should not have a beard or mustache;
 
- Women: A solid navy-blue suit (jacket and skirt in matching fabric), with a yellow polo shirt, a below-the-knee skirt, and black leather, closed-toe shoes. Women with long hair are requested to wear it up.
3. Entering the Royal Thai Naval Institute
PRD will provide transportation to take photographers, who will operate at the Royal Thai Naval Institute, to the Royal Thai Navy Convention Center, as personal cars are not allowed to park at the Royal Thai Naval Institute, which is reserved for members of the Royal Family. For more information, please contact Mr. Ratchapon Pongnikorn, tel. 08 4107 0714.
 
 
Foreign Office, The Government Public Relations Department, Office of the Prime Minister
9 Rama VI Road, Bangkok 10400, Thailand

Fax : (+66) 2618 2358 E-mail : prforeign@prd.go.th
 
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