Disney World is picture perfect when you know where to look (and what angle to use). My goal is to share what park is my favorite to photograph and why things can get a little messy when you’re trying to get those epic “postcard” images.
Most Photogenic Theme Park at Disney World
From attractions to restaurants and everything in between, the Animal Kingdom is by far the best place to hang out if you’re a photographer!
- Expedition Everest
- On the bridge, with the sign and right beside the gift shop.
- Pandora : The World of Avatar
- Find where the Photopass photographers are…and then get that!
- The Tree of Life
- From the front or back…really any view is great!
Keep your camera ready because there are so many great spots to get shots that NO ONE would believe came from a theme park!
Nothing is as magical as Cinderella’s Castle and the general ambiance of the most popular theme park in the USA!
The issues come up with the number of live entertainment that springs up throughout the day, because with iconic backdrops come great “stages” to perform. This is why the castle, although amazing, is also frustrating to photograph due to the number of props or staging that happens throughout the day.
The other issue that comes with the Magic Kingdom are the sheer crowds, so be aware of that and you should be fine:)
Its photogenic, but most of the best images are obstructed by EPCOT Forever and other live entertainment.
Oh, and with the World showcase not opening til 11am daily completely factors into the third place finish!
With Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, the entire park jumped to a whole new level!
Thoughts? Ideas? Let me know over on the Steps to Magic Facebook page!