Posted Monday, July 3, 2017 9:25 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Selfies are encouraging theme parks and attractions to put their best faces forward. The rise of social media has turned sharing vacation snaps through apps into a marketing tool for the places they were taken.
Read more from The Orlando Sentinel.
Yes, this is quite evident at parks these days.
I see with the advent of CF's Funpix there are selfie stations placed around where you can take your photo in a cute situation or at an iconic location and load it to your card. Disney's photographers shoot you against a specific backdrop and have you pose a certain way or hold an expression so they can add enhancements.
But is it really anything new? Remember the old Kodak Photo Spots? Maybe less advanced than today's offerings, and without social media, but they were designed to do the work for you and help you get the best shot, while showcasing the park in the best light.
It all started with Paula... ;~)
At Universal Orlando, the running social media joke is "Children of the (Matt) Korn" - hearkens back to Indiana.
Nothing like it for me....when the story arc ends up circling around itself...
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