13 Tips To Get The Perfect Photo At Disney World
Plan your visit - prioritize your shoot spots by location and have your outfits planned in advance
Some of the best photo spots are: Cinderella’s castle, Cinderella’s wishing well, Main Street USA, and Liberty Square
Stay with one of the on-site Disney resorts to take advantage of the extra Magic Hours. You’ll get to enter the park one hour before it opens to shoot
Bring a couple of outfit options that don’t take up much space - maximize the content you’ll get by having light dresses and skirts to layer over top
I’m wearing a mini dress here that could be worn alone with another skirt layered over top
Bring your DSLR/mirrorless camera but don’t shy away from using your phone too - this photo was my favourite from Disney and it’s a phone photo!
Head to Cinderella’s castle first. This is the busiest spot and if you’re there during magic hours you can get it empty! Take advantage of this time
Be creative and try a new perspective! - shooting on the railing was an easy way to avoid the crowds and get no one in my photos
Shoot on the small side streets of Main Street USA for a great Disney Photo Spot! There were no people here even when it was open!
Head to Liberty Square for more cute Instagrammable Architecture
Add a prop to spice up your image! - I bought this umbrella from a vendor and it made such a cute prop for my photos!
Enjoy the day and just shoot when you’re inspired!
Grab yourself a Mickey shaped (or just yummy!) treat for a cute photo idea
Get a shot of Cinderella’s Castle from the Hub Grass - great photo idea for while it’s busy!
Get your iconic Mouse Ears photos - Did you even go to Disney if you didn’t get a photo of your Minnie ears? I don’t think so
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