Saturday, March 15, 2008

Utah State Capitol Building

Awhile back, a friend of mine hooked me up with a group called "The Provo Area Digital Photography Meetup Group". The group gets together twice each month, and one of those times is spent as a photographic excursion, visiting different places, doing different kinds of photo shoots.

Well... this month (today), the group got together to visit the Utah State Capitol and I joined them for the chance to see the newly remodeled building. Here are a few of the shots I took during the excursion:























More of my pictures can be seen on my website. Or check out the group's pictures here.

3 comments:

Folks Photography said...

fantastic photographs! What are the policies on photography in the capital building?

David Terry said...

As far as I know, you're free to photograph the Capitol. We asked permission to be there (as a group of photographers) taking pictures in and around the Capitol and did not receive any kind of negative response.

Jason Hutchison said...

as of November 1, 2012, no appointment, application, or fee will be required for use of the Capitol for family and bridal photography
(copied straight from the state capitol web site)