5 Ideas for Unique Orlando Photoshoot Locations

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Unique Locations in Orlando for Photo Shoots

Orlando is one of the top tourist destinations not only in Florida, but in the United States as a whole. The year-round sunshine and unique geography make it remarkable for so many reasons. But it’s not just a tourist trap! There is so much to do for locals here besides Disneyland or Universal Studios.  Consider these amazing places to have your own Orlando adventure and take awesome photos at these unique spots that are sure to get you a lot of attention and give you great memories. Spend a few days visiting these and you may want to buy a home in Orlando!

Lake Eola Park

Lake Eola Park is an excellent choice for day or night! Enjoy the radiant sunshine and lake views during the day, or stop by the Park Pagoda to take pictures with friends or even get professional shots done.  At night, all of the local buildings bright lights create awesome reflections on the lake, which provides you a completely different element to take unique photos. Location: 512 E Washington St., Orlando.

Photo courtesy of  Yanitza Ninett Photography

Photo courtesy of Yanitza Ninett Photography

The Harry P Leu Gardens

The Harry P Leu Gardens are a botanical paradise with so much beauty to immerse yourself in. You can explore with groups or take guided tours, but no matter how you choose to spend your time here you will certainly find places to fill your photo albums or Instagram page with vibrant shots. Location: 1920 North Forest Avenue, Orlando.

Photo courtesy of  Yanitza Ninett Photography

Photo courtesy of Yanitza Ninett Photography

Tom Fruin’s Glass House

Tom Fruin’s Glass House is a stunning sculpture made of stained glass, situated on the waterfront outside of Canvas Restaurant and Market.  This location is known for small weddings, engagement photos, professional shots, and of course it’s great for personal social media pictures.  Learn more about Tom Fruin’s other art here on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Fruin Location: 13615 Sachs Avenue, Lake Nona.

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Photo courtesy of https://www.reyhomesflorida.com

The Icon Observation Wheel

This massive, 400-foot ferris wheel has so much to offer – you can take selfies from inside, take gorgeous aerial views of the whole city, and also take photos out front and have this spectacular background.  Known as the ICON Wheel, this is a must-see whether you are visiting from out of town or want to have a fun day trip with your family. Location: 8401 International Dr., Orlando.

Photo courtesy of  Yanitza Ninett Photography

Photo courtesy of Yanitza Ninett Photography

Rocco’s Courtyard

For a touch of rustic elegance, visit Rocco’s Courtyard.  This is a taco and tequila bar with a beautiful interior design as well as this unique outdoor seating area that may feel like you’re in a villa in Mexico while you spend time here. You’ll definitely want to capture your memories here and you have a lot of options to make your pictures look fun whether you’re inside or outside. Location: 7468 W Sand Lake Rd

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For more exciting locations for photos in Orlando, check out 12 Best Places for Photos near Orlando.