Photography Tips 101 for the Disney Parks

Hello, picture-taking fans! Today, I thought I’d do a Photography 101 post for everyone who’s ever wondered what to take a picture of when visiting Disneyland or Walt Disney World.

Now you all know that I’m a non-award winning photographer with no real qualifications to write such a post, but if you’re all willing to push past that, let us begin. I will break this down into categories for you and show an example of each. Now pay attention and no gum chewing, please:

Closeups     Close ups: An object out of context can be interesting

Look up:     Fixtures     Unusual compositions are everywhere

Signage: Disney artists put a lot of thought into this stuff     Signage

Food: Food     Or what it’s served on

Merchandise     Merchandise: Clothes as Art. Not just for Andy Warhol anymore!

Oddities: Oddities     They’re everywhere

This is by no means an exhaustive list of options, but if I have to tell you everything, then you’re obviously not talented enough to benefit from my brilliance anyway! And if that sounds rude, well, what did you expect from a non-award winning photographer with no real qualifications???

Hello? Is anyone still there?

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2 Responses to Photography Tips 101 for the Disney Parks

  1. These are actually some really great tips! By not looking for these things, you are passing up some great photo opportunities. 🙂

    • disneynouns says:

      Thanks, Heidi! Yeah, I’m really trying not to just take the obvious shots now. I’ve been to the Parks enough times that I have lots of pics of the rides, etc. Time to look for more challenging subjects!

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