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Old 08-23-2012, 06:38 PM   #1
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Unique Pose

Hey, Disney-lovers out there. I've got a question. I'm going to Disney in November, and I'm really looking forward to getting some cool photos with the Disney ladies.

But here's my question--I really wanna try some unique poses, ya know, like these:


Notice here how Cinderella is holding the skirt of the dress, rather than having her hand on Charming's shoulder.


This one just looks beautiful.


And this one just speaks for itself!

I really would like these poses into my portfolio of pictures from Disney vacations. How can I get at least one of these poses?
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Old 08-23-2012, 07:37 PM   #2
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You can ask really really really nice, but I doubt any of these are actually going to happen. Good Luck though.
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Old 08-23-2012, 09:03 PM   #3
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You can ask really really really nice, but I doubt any of these are actually going to happen. Good Luck though.
Thanks for the luck, Andi, but now that I look back, thoses poses could be impossible.

I think I'd rather stick with the waltz pose (the first pic).
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You'd need a step ladder for that last pose - I'm not sure if said ladder would fit in a locker . It's an awesome pose though, for sure!
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You'd need a step ladder for that last pose - I'm not sure if said ladder would fit in a locker . It's an awesome pose though, for sure!
LOL. Willow, I think I'd rather just stick with the pose in the first pic. Besides, I classify that pose as a "Disney" waltz. Why, let's see:

CLASSIC WALTZ: The woman's arm is on the man's shoulder.

DISNEY WALTZ: The woman is holding the skirt of her dress.
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Old 09-07-2012, 06:49 PM   #6
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You'd need a step ladder for that last pose - I'm not sure if said ladder would fit in a locker . It's an awesome pose though, for sure!
I think the photographer stood on one of the benches that the princesses sometimes sit on. I think that's how she achieved that picture.
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For the Belle picture:

That particular Belle often does this pose at DL.




(My pictures)

When I ask to get her picture, she asks if I want her standing or kneeling, and she will do this pose if asked. The first time I met her, she did it without asking. She is the only one I've met who will do this, whether asked or not, and she is at DL, not WDW.

You can usually gauge from the princesses which one are more fun and willing to play along and which ones will simply stand there and smile.
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You can usually gauge from the princesses which one are more fun and willing to play along and which ones will simply stand there and smile.
Thanks for the tip! Besides, I was thinking of visiting Town Square Theater at night, when all the crowds are gone, so maybe, I'll be able to try these poses out!
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Does anyone else have any tips of getting unique poses with the Disney ladies?
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