Wall Crawl Orlando Gives You And Your Besties The Perfect Photo Op
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There are plenty of spots in Florida where you and your BFFs get that picture-perfect shot. At Wall Crawl in Orlando, this photography studio will give you the perfect background for that Instagram-worthy shot. You can shake up a day date with your besties at this unique Orlando spot.

For just $25 per person, you and your crew can explore fun and creative backgrounds and shoot with your own cameras. To have your antics shot by a professional photographer will be a separate cost.

This unique studio gives you the perfect conditions to shoot without any distractions, and you take them candidly by yourself or even by a professional.

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Wall Crawl combines the traditional photo studio with the spontaneity of an Instagram pop-up.

There are over 20 backgrounds you can choose from, from playing beach volleyball with Florida flamingos to making a call on an old-timey phone while laying on a blue couch.

All the backgrounds change, and the studio even has a way for local artists to submit their designs for a Wall Crawl backdrop.

Wall Crawl even has designated Dog Night sessions specifically for dog owners.

While there is general admission, you'll have to reserve your tickets in advance as the studio doesn't accept walk-ups.

This immersive studio gives you and your besties a chance to get the perfect shot with super creative setups, and puts a fun spin on your day out.

Wall Crawl

Price: $25 per person

Address: 1016 West Church St., Orlando, FL

Why You Need To Go: A unique photo studio that will have you and your BFFs slaying the Instagram world. 

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