The Smithsonian wants your Disney photos


The Smithsonian team at the National Museum of American History is working on a new project you can join.

If you’ve received autographs from a celebrity or stood in front of Cinderella’s castle, they’ll want to see them. Museum looking for pictures document your experience as a guest at Disneyland or Disney World.

Here’s more information on what they’re looking for:

Photo of you, your friends and family at Disneyland or Walt Disney World and the story of what the photo and visit meant to you. When to visit, and with whom? What emotions did it evoke for you? We like to see photos that show Disney Parks as you experience them: posing with characters, tired and sleeping children, families, couples, individuals, people of all abilities ability, ethnicity, age, ride, eat together, view map — everyday stuff! All decades and time periods, especially as Disney Parks change and evolve over time. We like the stance and stance, even the finger on the lens is A-OK. We can crop photos for composition, so don’t worry too much about blurry or double exposure photos. We appreciate the highest resolution images you have available — good scans. Please submit images in jpg, pdf, png, or tiff format. We can’t wait to see your favorites!

To submit, send your photo to[email protected] with your name, a few sentences about your Disney Parks pictures and stories.

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Tom Vazquez

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