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Family Photography and Amusement Parks: Make it Memorable!

PINDisney World is known as the happiest place in the world but you don’t have to go there to make your family time perfect.

If you’re planning a family trip to an amusement park, you’re probably eager to take a lot of pictures!

Planning to take your digital camera with you? Why not turn your family outing into an exciting and fun-packed photo session with the help of a professional photographer!

Amusement parks are fun, thrilling and are an amazing way to connect with your family! This is especially true if you have kids! Not only do you get to see the sheer joy on their faces, you can capture these precious moments on camera and turn it into an experience that is unforgettable!

So, let us take a look at how you can achieve this:

  • Select an Amusement Park

It’s imperative you select an amusement park that you know something about—a place you’ve seen in pictures. Going to an amusement park you are familiar with will help make your family photo shoot better, more personal; you know all the areas where you can easily take pictures without a crowd interrupting you.

  • Hire a Professional Photographer

There are two reasons why you should hire a professional family photographer: they’re an expert in handling a professional camera and you can focus on spending time with your family, without the stress of taking pictures. You won’t have to worry about red eye, blurry, ill-focused and dark or too bright pictures.  PIN

  • Don’t Tower Over Your Kids

When taking pictures, don’t tower over your kids! Instead, sit down or get down to their height. This will help make the pictures better focused and you will be able to take a close shot with your kids.

  • Don’t Stand There — Do Something

Standing still in one spot can make your pictures dull, repetitive and awkward. If you want to show that you’re having fun with your family, remember that actions speak louder than words!

Take pictures near all the attractions and popular rides! Don’t be afraid to experiment with poses and see if you can make them creative and fun!

Have fun and get out of the robotic routine (stand, smile and repeat!) when it comes to pictures!

I’m Lily Hayes, a Dallas family photographer. If you want to amp up your family photographs, feel free to contact me for booking information!