After seeing the news story about APers acting as "tour guides" to abuse the GAC system, it got me thinking; "I wonder if there would be a legit way for APers to make some extra cash and do something that wouldn't harm Disney. I came up with the idea of "Personal Paparazzi", hire an APer with a good DSLR camera (think Fishbulb quality photos of you and your family at Disneyland). Why not?!
Disney could argue that it would take away from the Disney Photopass profits, but what if the "rule" was that he/she wouldn't take photos of the ride photos and the Photopass Photographer would still take the picture like normal at character meets ect. I see no issue since the photopass photographer will use your camera to take photos and DSLR cameras are allowed in the park, so it would be little different than handing them your own camera.
Getting great candid and posed photos in lots of spots, along with some ride photos (taken from outside [like teacups] of your family riding the ride) I think someone could easily make $100 or more on this service, just look how much people pay for things like family photo shoots on Groupon.
What do you think?