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Photography Tips

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Photographer Donna Bertrand offers these tips for picture-taking at Walt Disney World. 1. Don't buy a fancy new camera, unless you really want one. Great, memory-filled shots can be made with a simple point and shoot camera or with a very inexpensive disposable camera. Really bad shots can be made with an expensive complex 35mm … Continue reading "Photography Tips"
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Olympic National Park Vacation Photography

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As I mentioned in a previous post this year on my vacation plans, I interned at Olympic National Park back in 1981. Over the last two weeks, I finally returned to and wanted to share a trio of photos which highlight what makes this U.S. National Park so beautiful and unique. Olympic National Park is … Continue reading "Olympic National Park Vacation Photography"
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No Tripod Night Photography at Disney Springs

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Disney Springs at Walt Disney World is one place I very rarely bring a tripod to at night. Mainly because there is often a restaurant reservation with family or friends involved and I like to give them a break. That does not mean my camera is left behind. With today’s digital SLR or mirrorless cameras, … Continue reading "No Tripod Night Photography at Disney Springs"
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More Walt Disney World Ride Photography

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It has been awhile since I addressed the topic of photographing on a ride at Walt Disney World. First and foremost, you must…MUST…safely secure your camera so neither you or anyone else on the ride will be harmed. I would say this is one kind of photography, you will not be able to use a … Continue reading "More Walt Disney World Ride Photography"
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Travel Photography in Morocco at Epcot

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What makes a good travel photograph? In our case, what makes a good Walt Disney World travel photograph? The photo below of the Fez House at the Morocco pavilion of Epcot’s World Showcase is a very interesting photo to me and, hopefully, to you. Is it a photo Disney would use in a brochure or … Continue reading "Travel Photography in Morocco at Epcot"
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Exploring Travel Photography at Epcot’s World Showcase

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Trash can with the World Showcase emblem in Epcot.Nikon D750/Sigma 15m Fisheye, 1/125s, f/16, ISO 450, EV 0. Epcot’s World Showcase is the closet to one of the original Epcot concepts of being a world exposition which features countries from all over the world. Each country pavilion features its architecture, people, food and music. As … Continue reading "Exploring Travel Photography at Epcot’s World Showcase"
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Disney Architectural Photography – Part 3

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In Part 1 of Architectural Photography at Walt Disney World we discussed the kind of equipment and techniques for architectural photography. In Part 2, we talked about how composition plays an important part in using the equipment. For Part 3, as in all photography, it comes down to the Light. Granted you can take photos … Continue reading "Disney Architectural Photography – Part 3"
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Disney Architectural Photography – Part 2

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Last week, we discussed the type of equipment needed for Architectural Photography at Walt Disney World. For Part 2, we are going to explore how composition plays an important part in using that equipment. For the most part, I stick with the Rule of Thirds which I have found very viable in creating pleasing photos … Continue reading "Disney Architectural Photography – Part 2"
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Disney Architectural Photography – Part 1

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Disney themeparks worldwide are home to beautiful and unique architectural structures. For the next three weeks, I am going to explore how best to photograph some of them. To photograph architecture specific types of gear and techniques are needed. Whether you are using a digital SLR, compact or even a phone camera, a wide angle … Continue reading "Disney Architectural Photography – Part 1"
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Reviewing the Photography of Holiday Lights at Walt Disney World and Beyond

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To all my fellow US of A citizens, hope you all had a nice Thanksgiving. Did you put up your Christmas lights yet? Each year I like to share my past articles on how best to photograph holiday light displays at home and in a Disney themepark or resort. First, I would like to share … Continue reading "Reviewing the Photography of Holiday Lights at Walt Disney World and Beyond"
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