Everyone loves seeing on-ride photos of themselves while enjoying the attractions at Disney Parks. Have you ever thought of capturing the on-ride experience with your own camera? With a bit of creativity, you may find some of your most memorable moments forever captured on your own digital camera when you decide to keep it out during your ride experience.
The Magic For Less Travel Agents Steve Baker and Ric Flack have the privilege of getting to travel often to Disney park destinations and have captured ride experiences as thrilling as being upside down on California Screamin’, plummeting backward on Expedition Everest, speeding along the Matterhorn, racing through Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and experiencing the jarring curves of Mulholland Madness and Primeval Whirl.
Cast Members are often willing to take your photo on attractions such as on Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster and it’s very easy to take photos on some of the milder attractions such as Dumbo or after the big splashdown on Splash Mountain (make sure your camera is waterproof).
Have fun and be creative – but be safe by ensuring your camera is always properly secured on all attractions, especially the more thrilling ones.
Steve Baker “grew up Disney” as his parents lived near Disneyland in Southern California when he was born. He began vacationing at the Walt Disney World Resort when he was 8 years old and Steve, his wife and three children now travel annually to a Disney destination (with over 30 trips on record now). Steve and his family have enjoyed traveling across the states, sailing the Caribbean and trekking through Europe . He is an Advanced Graduate of the College of Disney Knowledge and was invited to participate in Disney's very first agent program aboard the Disney Cruise Line, exclusive to only top travel consultants. Steve also carries a Universal Studios Specialist designation and has completed extensive coursework on many major cruise lines. Steve has a work hard, play hard mentality and has a strong passion for assisting his clients to make the most of their valuable vacation time and dollars. Steve's mantra is that life is too short to spend it working in an office cube – there is a big world to explore!