DISNEY VACATION TIPS #3
When taking pictures with scenery such as a castle or Spaceship Earth at Epcot, try having your subjects stand closer to you and look for a different angle.
This photo is typical of how many people take photos of their families or friends at the Disney parks. Try having your subjects stand closer to you. Sometimes people stand so far away from the camera that it’s hard to see the joy on their face. There’s usually no need to see their hands or feet – it’s their face and their expressions you will most cherish in years to come.
Rather than standing directly in front of the scenery, look for a different angle. By moving to the side of the castle in this photo, you have far fewer Guests in your image, so the eye goes directly to your subjects. In this case, you even get the reflection of the castle bridge on the water below.
As a former Disney Cast Member and current travel consultant specializing in Disney destinations, I have learned many vacation and travel tips over the years. I’m excited to share some of those tips with you here on our blog. Each week, I will post a new Disney Vacation Tip. Sign up for my Email Updates and never miss one. Also, email me if you have any questions about Disney vacations. I’m happy to help!!!