In the 80's, when Polaroid sponsored the Main Street Camera Shop, they offered a portrait studio. Since at that time I was only interested in scouring the shop for the early Beta videos of Disney animated features (remember when Alice and Dumbo cost $98, and we were glad to get 'em?), I didn't pay much attention... but I seem to remember a feature article in one of the Disneyland Hotel magazines showing a family at the Camera Shop dressed up in turn-of-the-century costumes, posing for their portrait (IIRC the backdrop and foreground element they were standing on was the end of a period railroad passenger car). Might have been in Vacationland magazine. I'll see if I can dig it out of my incredibly vast and hopelessly disorganized collection of Disneyana.
Originally Posted by techskip
EDIT: Okay, from the 1980 thru 1983 Disneyland Guides:
Camera Center Presented by PolaroidFrom the 1984 Guide:
Polaroid film, cameras, accessories and cameras-for-loan. Variety of other cameras and film brands available. Rental of still and movie cameras. Camera Service Counter for minor repairs. Polaroid instant 8 x 10 portrait studio.
Camera Center presented by Kodak...Still digging for that magazine article...
Kodak film, cameras and accessories. Variety of other cameras available. Free loan of Kodak disc and instant cameras. Camera service counter for minor repairs. Souvenir Portrait Studio.
...Whoah, look! A mint Big-15 Ticket Book from 1975!
...Yikes! A Sleeping-Beauty-Castle-and-Disneyland-logo ashtray from when evvvvrybody smoked!