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at&t park info
Larry Lawson, Photographer
Portland | OR | USA | Posted: 8:14 AM on 03.12.15
->> Looking for information on shooting at at&t park as this will be my first time there (ground rules, media work area, wi-fi access, etc).

I've been to other mlb parks, and each one has been different - even the same park though different years.

The last info in our venue area is from 7 years ago, so I'm thinking things probably have changed some.

Thanks if you can share some info!
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Mischa Lopiano, Student/Intern, Photographer
Ventura | CA | USA | Posted: 10:37 AM on 03.12.15
->> I would contact Brad Mangin. I'm pretty sure he might know absolutely everything about AT&T park.

http://www.manginphotography.com/#!/index
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John OHara, Photographer
Petaluma | Ca | United States | Posted: 11:12 PM on 03.12.15
->> I agree Brad would be the guy. I have not been there after I took the buy out at the Chronicle some years ago. I hope you like Garlic Fries, after the game the fragrance lingers in the air. If your parking on your own, I would suggest you park in some place like the Stockton street garage and take a cab to the game. It will save you $$$. If you company pays, park at the ball park
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