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Disney Pic of the Week: Disney’s Animal Kingdom Landscape

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Of all the parks, Disney’s Animal Kingdom has wonderful landscape photography locations if you know where to look. Below is a photo taken back in 2009 which is why you do not see the recently added seating for the night time Rivers of Light show. I photographed Expedition EVEREST late in the day which is … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: Disney’s Animal Kingdom Landscape"
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Using Hyperfocus at Walt Disney World

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This is the first of three blogs about subjects being taught at the Focus on Epcot Photowalk held on Monday, February 9, 2015. Click the link for more information. If you look at any travel magazines or websites, you will notice many of the photos showing such exotic places as tropical beaches, snowy mountain peaks … Continue reading "Using Hyperfocus at Walt Disney World"
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Hyper-Hollywood

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Hyperfocus is a term you may run across when reading about photography. It is a one word term to say everything in a photograph is in sharp focus from front to back. You see hyperfocal photos on the covers of travel magazines where a tropical beach is featured and everything is in focus from the … Continue reading "Hyper-Hollywood"
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Photographic Innoventions: Creative Uses of Aperture

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As we learned earlier, aperture is the size of the opening in the camera’s lens measured in f-stops. I know it sounds weird but the smaller the f-stop number the larger the opening. I want to show you today how you can take advantage of apertures to create outstanding photographs. Maximum Depth of Field or … Continue reading "Photographic Innoventions: Creative Uses of Aperture"
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