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Old March 1st, 2007, 10:15 AM
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Default Serenade of the Seas picture taking

I know the photographers take a lot of pictures on the two formal nights, but my question is, do they take them on the other nights that we are on the ship?

I know the photographers sometime take pictures when we are getting off the ship and going to land, but I was just wondering if they do it on the other nights that we are on ship.
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While there won't be photo stations set up everywhere, like on formal nights; even casual nights there are normally a couple of backdrops set up in public areas to get your photo fix.
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That's great news to read as we LOVE to take pictures. This way we don't have to get "dress up" and go to the studio to have it done.
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You'll find a photographer or two set up almost every night. If you really want to have a fun photo, look for the white sheet layout. They have you lay down on the floor posed in a variety of romantic couple poses. Plan on wearing some bright colored clothes as this proves to be a cool photo. 8)
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Thank you Steve, that is good to know. I will look for the "white" sheets to take pictures at.

The nice thing about taking pictures on the cruise, compared to a studio, they do not bug you to purchase their pictures. Also, sometimes you wind up with "more" poses, than what you would at a studio to look at.
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