Norton Art Gallery in Shreveport released a statement that they will no longer allow commercial photography on their grounds.
The local museum, that is popular for its beautiful azalea gardens and streams, has allowed brides and families to capture priceless pictures for years.
Norton Art Gallery posted the following statement on their website:
"Effective immediately, no commercial photography (photography for hire) or commercial enterprise of any kind will be permitted on the museum grounds. Private photography will be allowed only until such a time as the museum's new fence is erected and functional. At that point all photography on the grounds will be prohibited with the exception of legitimate school-affiliated educational photography classes which have made advance appointments."
Watch KTBS 3 News at 6 p.m. as Rod White take a closer look into this decision and how it will affect locals.