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Leading Lines at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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When the talk leans towards leading at Disney’s Hollywood Studies, it is usually about leading men or women. Today, however, it is about leading lines. Photographers use leading lines to give a photo depth and/or to “lead” a viewer’s eyes to something of interest. My first example is the hallway you leave from after riding … Continue reading "Leading Lines at Disney’s Hollywood Studios"
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Main Street Station Leading Lines

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It sits high above the Mickey Mouse floral display at the entrance to Magic Kingdom in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Characters welcome guests upon park opening while singers and dancers perform. The place? Walt Disney World Railroad Main Street Station. As you enter and exit Magic Kingdom through archway tunnels, you are literally underneath the … Continue reading "Main Street Station Leading Lines"
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Saratoga Springs Leading Lines

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There are a variety of factors that go into a well-composed photograph. Today we’ll look at leading lines in the form of a walkway. A leading line takes the person viewing the photograph from one point to another even if one point is the edge of the frame. As usual, I have some examples for … Continue reading "Saratoga Springs Leading Lines"
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Disney Pic of the Week: Leading Lines

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Lines in photography are used to lead the eye to the point of interest and prevent the eye from wandering. Lines can put emphasis on distance or illustrate a relationship to foreground and background elements. Lines can be straight. Lines can be curved like the monorail tracks I photographed from the front of an express … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: Leading Lines"
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Focus on Disney World – Leading Lines

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Copyright © 2007 Barrie Brewer, Nikon D50/18-200VR, 9.3s shutter, f8 One way to make the main subject of your photograph stand out is to compose your shot with leading lines. Leading lines are lines in a photograph used to guide your viewer’s eye through your photograph. When deciding how to compose your shot, consider where … Continue reading "Focus on Disney World – Leading Lines"
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Pleading the Fourth

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by Mike Scopa, AllEars® Feature Writer Feature Article This article appeared in the June 10, 2008 Issue #455 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) For those who have either never been to Walt Disney World or who have not been in a relatively long time, the question that comes to mind most is, "When is the … Continue reading "Pleading the Fourth"
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Shapes and Lines

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Lining up your subject in a way that’s pleasing to the eye is simple if you just give yourself a moment to think about the photo you’re taking rather than shooting something off quickly. When you are working with a collection of shapes and lines you’ll find that by changing how much of the subject … Continue reading "Shapes and Lines"
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Disney Outlines Growth Strategy for Sports Business

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Changes to benefit guests, the community and business LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – With the sports tourism industry expanding by $200 million last year, Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex outlined plans to further grow its business and bring new visitors to Central Florida. The strategy includes plans to expand facilities, enhance existing events, diversify … Continue reading "Disney Outlines Growth Strategy for Sports Business"
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Disney Outlines Growth Strategy For Sports Business

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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla., Sept. 24, 2008 – With the sports tourism industry expanding by $200 million last year, Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex today outlined plans to further grow its business and bring new visitors to Central Florida. The strategy includes plans to expand facilities, enhance existing events, diversify the Complex’s events portfolio … Continue reading "Disney Outlines Growth Strategy For Sports Business"
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Disney Pic of the Week: Disney’s Hollywood Studios Landscape

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Of all the parks at Walt Disney World, Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the hardest to find a location for landscape photography. Now, if you want to consider cityscapes an off shoot of landscape photography then this photo of Sunset Blvd. with the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror looming over it works. People walking on Sunset … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: Disney’s Hollywood Studios Landscape"
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