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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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Tripods at Walt Disney World Review

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A very useful photographer tool for low light and night photography at Walt Disney World is a Tripod. While it is not essential to have a tripod for the upcoming All Ears Picture This! Photo Meet on Saturday, Setpember 12, 2015, having one would allow you to photograph past sunset and into the Blue Hour. … Continue reading "Tripods at Walt Disney World Review"
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Image Stabilization and Tripods Don’t Mix

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Stabilized camera and lens technology over the last few years have made taking low light photos easier to do. I have talked about the various lens manufacturers stabilization technologies before. The one thing you do have to be careful of is to find out if you need to turn off image stabilization (IS) when using … Continue reading "Image Stabilization and Tripods Don’t Mix"
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No Tripod? No Problem.

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What if you do not have or want a tripod with you when vacationing at Walt Disney World and you still want to steady your camera? Do a search for camera bean bags or pods like the one pictured here. This model goes by the name of Cam Pod and is a specially designed bean … Continue reading "No Tripod? No Problem."
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Tripod vs. Hand Held Comparison

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In my recent article on Using a Tripod at Walt Disney World, I talked about the advantages of using a tripod over trying to hand hold a camera when light levels are low like at night. This week I want to show you by comparing two photographs of the same subject using both techiques. I … Continue reading "Tripod vs. Hand Held Comparison"
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Using a Tripod at WDW

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Hollywood Studios Entrance.Nikon D70/18-200VR, 30s, f/16, ISO 200, +0.3 EV, 170mm Focal length, Tripod I have never carried a tripod into a Walt Disney World park until my last trip. I thought it would be too much trouble and a bother. However, if you plan ahead, it can be done without too much disruption to … Continue reading "Using a Tripod at WDW"
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Favorite Spots to Watch Parades at the Magic Kingdom

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AllEars.net® readers were asked, "Where is your Favorite Place in the Magic Kingdom to Watch a Parade?" Here's what they had to say: The OVERWHELMING favorite location is…. Main Street USA! …sitting right on Main Street and watching the parades. Reminds me of being a kid at Disney. Lisa Tournour …on the pavement, behind the … Continue reading "Favorite Spots to Watch Parades at the Magic Kingdom"
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Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress Tomorrowland Magic Kingdom

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Introduction | Attraction | Touring Tips | Kids and Characters | Dining | Shopping | Interesting Facts | Photo Gallery INTRODUCTION Follow an Audio-Animatronic family through the last century, as they show how times have changed due to the many modern inventions. Located in Tomorrowland, Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress has a rich history that … Continue reading "Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress Tomorrowland Magic Kingdom"
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Disney Links

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Official Sites Walt Disney World – Unofficial Planning and Information Sites WDW – Fan Sites Walt Disney World – Attraction Sites Orlando and Florida Information Disney Cruise Line Sites WDW Trip Report Home Pages Disneyland – California Disney Theme Parks Mousecellaneous Disney Sites Disney Collectible Sites (non-commercial) OFFICIAL SITES Disney.com Disney's Official Site is your … Continue reading "Disney Links"
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Video Camera Tips

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A FEW POINTERS Figure out how much video tape and batteries you will need and take one extra of each. Don't zoom too much, but if you think that you will zoom during a show or ride, follow this tip: zoom in all the way, focus, then zoom out all the way. This should keep … Continue reading "Video Camera Tips"
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