1. All photographers have to show their ID cards specifically issued by PRD for the Royal Cremation Ceremony;
2. All photographers have to register at the designated stands, and all cameras have to be checked by the policemen of each stand; after that, they will receive arm bands, 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;
3. All photographers have to remain in their stands until the processions of the royal chariots and palanquins have passed or the ceremonies at each stand have finished;
4. When the procession of the members of the Royal Family passes each stand, all photographers are requested to pay respect and are not allowed to leave their stands;
5. Personal “handy cameras,” mobile phone cameras, and live streaming are not allowed;
6. Photos that will be distributed should not show disrespectful or inappropriate images.
All photographers should dress in a polite manner. Those operating at the designated stands are required to observe the following dress code:
- Men: A solid black suit (jacket and trousers in matching fabric), with a plain white long sleeved shirt, a black necktie, a black mourning arm band (not provided by PRD), a black belt, and black leather shoes. They should have short hair and should not have a beard or mustache;
- Women: A solid black suit (jacket and skirt in matching fabric), with a plain white shirt, a black necktie, a below-the-knee skirt, a black mourning arm band (not provided by PRD), and black leather, closed-toe shoes. Women with long hair are requested to wear it up;
- Wearing caps, hats, and shaded eyeglasses is prohibited;
- Jeans and sports shoes are not allowed;
- Unnatural hair coloring is not allowed.