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Cape May Cafe
My first tip is take as many photos as you can without it interfering with your vacation. You want a lot of pictures, but you don’t want to be taking so many that you actually miss out on some of those special moments. Also if you travel with a group, everyone take pictures. I believe you cannot take too many pictures because someone always captures that one moment or expression that no one else gets. Never leave your camera behind with the thought that so many in your group already have cameras.
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Playhouse Disney Live!
Make sure you get pictures of your whole group too. I know I have been asked on more than one occasion to take a group's picture, and I had no idea who the people were. It happened so many times on one trip that my husband took a picture of me taking a picture of someone's family! I have found in Disney, people, cast members as well as guests, are always more than willing to help make your vacation as special as theirs, so it doesn't hurt to ask.
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If there is more than one person in your travel group, on your arrival day, synchronize the date and time of your cameras. On our trip in 2008, my mom, sister in law and I took well over 1,000 pictures. As I tried to organize them to make a montage, I realized our camera times were completely off. My sister in law lives in another time zone, so her camera was off by an hour and my mom’s was about 5 minutes ahead of mine. It made organizing all those quite an undertaking.
Well, there you have it. These are my best photo tips. What are yours?