Of course, pictures that are purchased at the Bloody Diaries merchandise booth are allowed to be signed since they are official merchandise.
What else is allowed to be signed?
You own paintings and photos
What isn't allowed:
copies of pictures (e.g. printed from the internet)
photos to which you don't own the copyright
Because there is such a large rush and time crunch during the autograph time, personalized autographs are not possible. It would not be fair to the other visitors, if there were a high number of personalized autographs and they did not have time to get their autographs. The assistants to the stars and the security personnel will see to it that the line progresses in a timely manner.
Should there be less activity, which could happen, then it would be possible to ask for personalized autographs. There can be no guarantee for this since the decision is ultimately up to the star.
At Bloody Diaries Platin- and Gold-Ticket holders will receive one autograph from each of the star guests for free.
Weekend and day ticket holders can buy autographs from all of the star guests for a fee.
The autograph times are on Saturday starting midday and on Sunday starting before noon. The exact times will be printed in the program.
The visitors will be allowed in based on participant number. The lower your number, the early you can get in. This means that Platin- and Gold-Ticket holders and visitors with handicaps will be the first in line. After that the weekend ticket holders will be allowed in groups of 200 into the auditorium. Each current block of numbers will be announced over the loudspeaker and also on the information screen in the convention site.
Please get in the line when your number block is called. This will help avoid chaos and unnecessary waiting times. Of course, you can go later in the autograph time than your number says. For example, with number 200 on Sunday, since experience shows that it is less stressful.