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Prague - Do they allow photography on the theatre tours or in their Cathedrals

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For anyone who's been to Prague and taken any of the theatre tours. "Karlin Theatre", “Estates Theatre” or the “National Theatre”. Are you allowed to take photos (ideally with a tripod) during their … Read More
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7m, 3d agoPosted 7 months, 3 days ago
For anyone who's been to Prague and taken any of the theatre tours. "Karlin Theatre", “Estates Theatre” or the “National Theatre”.
Are you allowed to take photos (ideally with a tripod) during their tours?

I have emailed them multiple times, but haven't received any response.

Bonus question:
Do they allow photography (again, ideally with a tripod) in their Cathedrals?

Thank you.
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7m, 3d agoPosted 7 months, 3 days ago
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#1
I know on some tours if you pay extra you can get a photo pass but cant remember what tours it was on.As for tripods etc your best bet is just email them personally or have a look at their various websites.Have a great time prague is lovely.
#2
I would think you're pushing your luck with a tripod. Just my thoughts. :)
#3
Thank you both.
#4
I didn't do any theatre tours in Prague, but I did go the tours of the old/new Jewish synagogues and you're only allowed to take photos if you pay a premium for doing so, which you need to mention when buying tickets. Though I did find that even after paying for the privilege of taking photos, the "oldies" still tut and look at you disapprovingly! The same may or may not apply for theatre tours though... so this will either be helpful to you or completely useless!
#5
mcscoobs
I didn't do any theatre tours in Prague, but I did go the tours of the old/new Jewish synagogues and you're only allowed to take photos if you pay a premium for doing so, which you need to mention when buying tickets. Though I did find that even after paying for the privilege of taking photos, the "oldies" still tut and look at you disapprovingly! The same may or may not apply for theatre tours though... so this will either be helpful to you or completely useless!
Thank you.

This morning I received emails from the Spanish Synagogue, they want £96/hour to use a tripod.
And the Cathedral at the Castle want £380/hour for the privilege of using a tripod.

With the money I'll save by using higher ISOs, I can visit Prague multiple times in the future :D

I was in London on Tuesday, the Temple Church wanted £30. I thought that was expensive and refused.
It turns out, it was a bargain oO
#6
Shatwell
mcscoobs
I didn't do any theatre tours in Prague, but I did go the tours of the old/new Jewish synagogues and you're only allowed to take photos if you pay a premium for doing so, which you need to mention when buying tickets. Though I did find that even after paying for the privilege of taking photos, the "oldies" still tut and look at you disapprovingly! The same may or may not apply for theatre tours though... so this will either be helpful to you or completely useless!
Thank you.
This morning I received emails from the Spanish Synagogue, they want £96/hour to use a tripod.
And the Cathedral at the Castle want £380/hour for the privilege of using a tripod.
With the money I'll save by using higher ISOs, I can visit Prague multiple times in the future :D
I was in London on Tuesday, the Temple Church wanted £30. I thought that was expensive and refused.
It turns out, it was a bargain oO
Could you tell them you want to use the tripod for 10 minutes.
I take it this is for a professional job and not some tourist pictues
#7
archer1204
Could you tell them you want to use the tripod for 10 minutes.
I take it this is for a professional job and not some tourist pictues

I think they'd insist on the full hour. It would be nice if you could just pay for the total exposure times of all the shots :D
I'm not a professional photographer, but I use a tripod all the time.
I just want the maximum image quality possible.
#8
Shatwell
archer1204
Could you tell them you want to use the tripod for 10 minutes.
I take it this is for a professional job and not some tourist pictues
I think they'd insist on the full hour. It would be nice if you could just pay for the total exposure times of all the shots :D
I'm not a professional photographer, but I use a tripod all the time.
I just want the maximum image quality possible.
Fair play thats commitment i am happy enough with my little panasonic camera.

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