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The Most Magical Photos of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

For those that love Harry Potter, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios in Orlando is the holy grail. The amount of work that has gone into the creation of the two parks is insane. You will feel as though you are within the pages of all your favourite books. There are two separate parks connecting by the Hogwarts Express, an experience in itself aboard a real-life train. One is based on the village of Hogsmeade covered in snow overlooked by the Hogwarts Castle whilst the other is Diagon Alley complete with a fire-breathing dragon atop Gringotts Bank. You can drink Butterbeer and pumpkin juice, buy your own wand from Ollivanders and that’s before riding some of the most insane rides I’ve ever experienced.

Everywhere you look there is a photo opportunity.  Something unique to capture around every corner.  I tried to implement my own unique style of photography here which I have developed over six years with the Fujifilm camera.

I’ve managed to whittle my collection down to show you the most magical photos of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

All these photos were shot using either my Classic Chrome recipe or Acros Yellow recipe with the Fujifilm X-T2 and a combination of the 16mm, 23mm, 35mm and 56mm lenses.

I’d love to hear your thoughts on your experience at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter or what you think of my photos below!

You can check out more of my photography from my trip to Orlando in 2019 here.

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5 thoughts on “The Most Magical Photos of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter”


    Incredible photos as ever mate. I last went to Florida in 2008 and they hadn’t completed this yet. Itching to go back and finally getting to visit here


      So far so good, everything has been closed for a week though so bored more than anything haha. I see the UK have just implemented similar measures back home. Hope you’re keeping well too!

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