Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Feb 14, 2011
    Chad from SD Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I am a photographer with two days to visit WDW. I've been there several times, so want to use the solo time strictly for photography. Do you have suggestions for unique angles in any of the parks that I may not have thought of?

    Hi Chad!

         Taking photos in Walt Disney World is one of my favorite things to do! Just ask my fellow Moms and they will tell you that I have a camera surgically attached to my arm!  You will have an incredible time taking photos on your solo trip because you can concentrate just on taking great photos. Here are 12 of my Walt Disney World photo tips for you:

    1. Look for picture opportunities that tell a story (take pictures that are worth 1,000 words)
    2. Don't take the normal tourist photos (straight on shot of Cinderella Castle).  Walk around to view things at different angles.
    3. Get down low to the ground to get a different perspective or angle to your shots
    4. Zoom in close to your subjects to photograph just a part of an object or scene
    5. Stop and take your time to look around before you press the shutter button
    6. After you take a picture take a step back and shoot the same scene again at a different angle
    7. Go early in the morning before the Parks open and be the last one out when the Parks close (you can get photos with little or no people in them)
    8. Use the Golden Hour light (just after Dawn and right before Dusk) for amazing pictures
    9. Don't be afraid of bringing your tripod to the Parks especially for nighttime fireworks and night landscape shots
    10. Photograph things that no one else is taking pictures of including the amazing details that are all around Walt Disney World
    11. Read up on photography techniques and look at other photographers' pictures of Walt Disney World to get ideas before your vacation
    12. Read your camera manual and be very familiar with your camera settings (you can even practice taking different types of pictures when you are at home)

    I hope that you make amazing digital memories on your next trip to Walt Disney World!

    Keep Dreaming Big!
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Meet the Panelist: Marc, New York

I am a single Father to one incredible boy.  I would love nothing more than to provide people with Disney vacation planning that will enable them to have a new experience or make their Disney vacation just a little more magical! Learn More About Marc

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