One, was a wave photo. We had a wave photo taken in the wave pool at Typhoon Lagoon during our trip in July of 2014--see photo below--and I wanted another one! Click here to read more.
Next I needed a Times Guide with the show times listed for the new show. I grabbed one at the gate. Then, I planned our touring to coincide with with times as the show is performed multiple times throughout the day. We were headed to the hub to find a Photopass Photographer, but the Times guide said the show would begin at 1:15 pm and it was several minutes past that and no show. We hovered near the Ole Christmas Shoppe as we would be able to hear the show. It started after a few moments. The 22 minute show gave us some time to find a Photophass Photographer who would be willing to take the photo.
Finding the photographer took some doing! We found 3 different ones, but only one was willing to give it a try. The show was so new that the photographers were not very familiar with it and felt they wouldn't be able to time it right. The photographer willing to take the risk had me stand aside while he photographed other families. I got in his line when I thought it was about right, and sure enough. He took a few regular shots and then timed his photographs to capture the fireworks. Yeah!
I was feeling very grateful that we had nailed the two photo goals for the trip due to great Photopass Photographers. All of the rest of the photos would be "icing on the cake" so to speak. Now. . . what might the quest be for the next trip. . .