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Then & Now

The Warner Bros. Photo Lab

Then & Now

Welcome to the new Warner Bros. Photo Lab website. Our PL Bulletin will introduce you to our staff, clients and the latest advances in our industry.

The Warner Bros. Photo Lab dates back to the early 1930s, at which time its primary function was to take portraits of the Studio’s contract actors for publicity purposes, including for fan clubs. While the photo industry has shifted to a primarily digital business, the purpose of the Photo Lab remains the same—to process still images for publicity and advertising to convey the story.

Today we continue to be at the cutting edge of technology in the processing, delivery and archiving of these vital images.