Frontlighting

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Almost as important as the amount of light for a photograph is the direction the light is coming from. In the next three weeks, I’ll show you how the direction of light effects your photographs. It doesn’t matter what kind of camera you use, light properties and direction remain the same. Frontlighting is light illuminating … Continue reading "Frontlighting"
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Epcot’s Morocco at Night

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The Morocco pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase at night.Nikon D70/18-200VR, 1/10s, f/3.5, 1600 ISO, -0.6 EV, 18mm Focal Length The Koutoubia Minaret (prayer tower) in Epcot’s Morocco pavilion is beautifully lighted every night and makes an excellent Disney Pic of the Week for our Night theme.
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Disney Pics of the Week: Night Photos

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This week Lisa, Scott and I will be sharing night photos in our Pic of the Week series. One of the most common questions I hear is, “When is the best time to visit Walt Disney World?” My favorite answer to that question is “After dark!” It’s less crowded, cooler and absolutely beautiful! There’s no … Continue reading "Disney Pics of the Week: Night Photos"
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Our Great Gorilla Adventure at Animal Kingdom

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Hello! Amanda here again. This week I wanted to share with All Ears® readers Norwood’s and my great gorilla adventure at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. While at the Animal Kingdom Park the other day we walked the Pangani Forest Exploration Trail (Africa). We knew that a person who took the trail had the chance of seeing … Continue reading "Our Great Gorilla Adventure at Animal Kingdom"
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Where in the World? #43

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This was Challenge #42: And here’s the answer: Copyright © 2007 Barrie Brewer, Nikon D50, 18-200VR, 1/10s shutter, f5.3, ISO 800 Only a few people recognized this as the sign from Hollywood & Vine, a full-service buffet restaurant in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Hollywood & Vine is home to a character breakfast and lunch featuring the … Continue reading "Where in the World? #43"
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Test Track High Banks

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At speed on Test Track’s high banked turns in Epcot.Nikon D70/18-200VR, 1/40s, f/8, 200 ISO, -0.3 EV, 18mm Focal Length I’m a big NASCAR fan. I even did Richard Petty’s Driving Experience once at Walt Disney World. For my Disney Pic of the Week featuring a Ride, I picked the next best thing to feeling … Continue reading "Test Track High Banks"
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Intestinally Challenged Part II: Tea, Nuggets, and Dried Fish

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Intestinally Challenged Part II: Tea, Nuggets, and Dried Fish When we last left I was retelling the Sip and Snack Around the world challenge that was taken on by Annette Owens, Len Testa, Mike Newell, and myself. We had just finished Germany and were now on our way to China. China: Joy of Tea Stand … Continue reading "Intestinally Challenged Part II: Tea, Nuggets, and Dried Fish"
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Main Street Magic Kingdom Hidden Mickeys

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Now and then, I’m enlightened about an awesome new Hidden Mickey. At least, new to me. Kelly McAdams wrote to me about a classic Mickey image in Tony’s Town Square Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom. I’ll admit, I get really excited when folks direct me to any new Hidden Mickey images. However, some images are … Continue reading "Main Street Magic Kingdom Hidden Mickeys"
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Dumbo’s Night Flight

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Copyright © 2007 Barrie Brewer, Nikon D50, 18-200VR, 7secs shutter, f10, ISO 200 My ride Pic of the Week was taken while whirling high above the Fantasyland crowds on Dumbo the Flying Elephant. I used an extra long shutter speed to blur the lights of Cinderella’s Carrousel as I passed by.
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Canon’s Color Accent

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I dedicate this blog to all my fellow Canon peeps. :secret handshake: Camera companies are always competing in the sense that one brand’s cameras can do something that another’s doesn’t. One of Canon’s specialties is Color Accent. You’ll find it in the SD750, SD890 IS, SD 1100 IS, S5 IS, and the G9 just to … Continue reading "Canon’s Color Accent"
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