I could not have picked a better place to look for Storytelling photo opportunities than at Walt Disney World. A place built from the legacy of Walt Disney. To review, a storytelling photograph has a beginning, middle and ending just like a movie. 🙂
The Discover River leads you into this photo as you follow it to the bridge and then on to Expedition Everest. Expedition Everest looks like a real mountain instead of a man-made structure housing a thrilling roller-coaster ride, doesn’t it?
Over the years, the Kodak Picture Spots have become cliche but most are put in places that do tell a story. In this photo, the Picture Spot sign becomes part of the story leading into the Journey Into Imagination pavilion area featuring a waterfall which defies gravity.
I’d love to be a character in your story right about now! I could definitely use some Florida and Disney in my life these days. And Disney World is about one of the best places I can think of for imagining a wonderful story. Great shots, and great examples for your assignment.
Interesting shots. Walt Disney World is definitely and iconic place. I’ve not been there since I was about 12. It was a lot different then. Space Mountain wasn’t even there yet.
It seems like there are so many great spots for pictures at Disney World – I like the idea of storytelling. Thanks!
Very Interesting post! Thank you for such interesting resource!
PS: Sorry for my bad english, I’v just started to learn this language 😉
Your, Raiul Baztepo