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Old 10 Sep 19, 08:01 PM  
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I think it's slightly cheaper if you buy the package online before you go aswell, rather than paying in the park.
I absolutely love photos, both taking them and looking at them- we will get a photo package when we go, I want these memories captured, and for once for me to be in the photo as I'm always the one taking it!
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Why not just use a normal camera rather than a camera on a phone. That's what I take all my photos with. My phone is my phone and my camera is my camera.
..Or a camera with zoom, I stated phone as most people I find don't take a camera to the waterparks
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Why not just use a normal camera rather than a camera on a phone. That's what I take all my photos with. My phone is my phone and my camera is my camera.
Many people do not carry a camera around any more, most modern phones can take excellent photos and this is what they are designed to do, ( They are not just a phone ) and the fact you can buy additional lenses to fit on phones ( Telephoto/wide angle/fisheye ) even tripods to stand them on makes them a very good choice.
We use a camera but on some days do not take it and use our phones.
I suppose its a case of personnel preference
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Are you allowed to wear stud earrings just checking because I know it says no jewellery but hate wearing none.
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Old 11 Sep 19, 07:46 AM  
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Originally Posted by TEL N KEL View Post
Many people do not carry a camera around any more, most modern phones can take excellent photos and this is what they are designed to do, ( They are not just a phone ) and the fact you can buy additional lenses to fit on phones ( Telephoto/wide angle/fisheye ) even tripods to stand them on makes them a very good choice.
We use a camera but on some days do not take it and use our phones.
I suppose its a case of personnel preference
I find a water proof camera is great for Discovery Cove. I took loads of photos when I was there last year including several under water when I did SeaVenture. Plus if something happens to my phone I still have something to take photos with But yes, definitely personal preference
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It's a shame they don't do the DVD with the photo packages now. I still watch mine from last year
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Paid $210 this year and we had 43 photos, 8 prints, photo album, digital downloads and CD with all images.
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Paid $210 this year and we had 43 photos, 8 prints, photo album, digital downloads and CD with all images.
This covers the point I was going to make - It is just so expensive! Buy a cheap underwater disposable camera if needs be or be careful and use your mobile. It's these type of add ons which are just barmy yet folk feel obliged to buy them.
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..Or a camera with zoom, I stated phone as most people I find don't take a camera to the waterparks
I take a waterproof camera to the water parks though I understand not everyone has those. I got some lovely photos at DC and TL last year and am taking it again with me next week
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Are you allowed to wear stud earrings just checking because I know it says no jewellery but hate wearing none.
When I was there last year the only jewellery they allowed was a wedding ring and a waterproof watch. I can understand why - if someone was wearing earrings and one fell out then a fish/animal might swallow it. But this was last year. Why not phone or email them and see what they say.
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