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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter Questions & Answers

Dublin, Ireland

Hi, after reading some reviews about how expensive the photos are, are you allowed to bring your own camera? thanks

3 months ago Answer

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Bolton, United Kingdom
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Yes take you own they have no issue

2 months ago
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As above, we did buy one green screen pic - as a couple with wands and capes on. This was £14 which is reasonable considering we were both on it, I'm sure you could fit the whole family on if you wanted. You can also take pics in the capes for yourselves whilst you wait too. Oh and you get the green screen pic digital too for reprints.

3 months ago
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You can take your own camera and use it everywhere along the tour with the exception of the green screen area (where the brooms are) and the cinema at the very beginning of the tour).

3 months ago
Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom
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Took loads of photos. Just certain thing like Harry's train trolley have to be done by resident photographer. £14, dvd on a broomstick is £40. Cameras allowed almost everywhere! Hope this helps.

3 months ago
Liverpool, United Kingdom
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your first photo is £14, then any additional ones are £7 each. They have package deals too.

3 months ago
Harpenden, United Kingdom
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Yes we took lots of our own photographs, a good number of good props e.g. the car and bike plus pushing a trolley in to the wall. However the broom stick ride or in the train carriage to name two are chances to spend more money.

3 months ago
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yes you can to be fair in most places, just not the posed stuff with the kids on broomsticks that look like they're floating. Just a shame but still lots of free photo ops just don't queue for the broomstick unless you're fairly sure you're happy to cough up at the end of it.

3 months ago
Baltimore, Maryland
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You are more than welcome to bring your own camera but the pictures you can buy are done against a green screen so having your own camera won't help with those. Hope that helps.

3 months ago
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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you can take as many pictures as you want once you get into the great hall

3 months ago
St Ives, United Kingdom
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You are allowed a camera throughout the whole tour, they ask you to not use it in 3 sections of the tour. The photo prices are for where they use green screens etc

3 months ago
Dublin, Ireland
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Thank you all for the very helpful replies, I really appreciate it.

3 months ago
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