Focus on Disney World – Where in the World? #34

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This was Challenge #33: And here’s the answer: Copyright © 2007 Barrie Brewer, Nikon D50, 18-200VR, 1/3s shutter, f3.5 Brandy White was the first one to send in the correct answer this week. Brandy knew right away that our photo was from Muppet Vision 3D at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. These are the Great Gonzo Stunt … Continue reading "Focus on Disney World – Where in the World? #34"
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Photographic Innoventions: Bounce Flash

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Many photographers don’t like to use flash. After learning all the ways of exposure, ISO settings and the use of the exposure compensation button, flash poses another learning curve. I’m here to tell you, learning to use flash is not hard and can give you another tool for getting professional-looking photos at home and in … Continue reading "Photographic Innoventions: Bounce Flash"
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Light Meter: Kids & Eye Level

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They’re short. They make noise. They eat things you don’t want them to and when you turn your back, they’ve climbed to new heights. Kids! Raise your hand if you can hear Ray Walston as Pappy from the movie Popeye droning on and on about kids. Good movie, you should rent it. No, not right … Continue reading "Light Meter: Kids & Eye Level"
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Focus on Disney World – Where in the World? #33

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This was Challenge #32: And here’s the answer: Copyright © 2008 Barrie Brewer, Nikon D50, 18-200VR, 1/800s shutter, f3.8 Yay! I was beginning to wonder if anyone was playing anymore. I’m glad to know you’re still with me. The winner for this week was Angie Young. She was the first to let me know that … Continue reading "Focus on Disney World – Where in the World? #33"
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Photographic Innoventions: Kilimanjaro Safari Photo Tips

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I was reading about some photographers who came back from an African safari the other day. They listed the equipment they used the most. Cameras costing thousands of dollars, lenses in the 500 to 600mm range which cost, you guessed it, thousands more. It got me to thinking about how wonderful the Kilimanjaro Safari is … Continue reading "Photographic Innoventions: Kilimanjaro Safari Photo Tips"
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Focus on Disney World – April Calendar

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If you read my December 25, 2007 blog, you know that my holiday gift to you is that each month I will post a photo calendar page that you can print out and use at home or work during 2008. Wow – it’s already time for the April calendar. Here it is, ready for downloading. … Continue reading "Focus on Disney World – April Calendar"
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Light Meter: Headroom 102

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Picking up where I left off a few months ago regarding excess headroom, I will now go over what happens when you don’t have enough. While having too much headroom makes it look as though your subject is “falling” or “sliding” down in the picture having too little can render thoughts of decapitation and/or a … Continue reading "Light Meter: Headroom 102"
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Focus on Disney World – Where in the World? #32

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This was Challenge #31: And here’s the answer: Copyright © 2008 Barrie Brewer, Nikon D50, 18-200VR, 1/1600s shutter, f5.6 High atop the Agrabah Bazaar in Magic Kingdom’s Adventureland is what looks to me like some kind of bird house. I wonder if that is really what it is though, or if it is something completely … Continue reading "Focus on Disney World – Where in the World? #32"
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Photographic Innoventions: Before the Moment

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Last week, I talked about Joe McNally’s book, The Moment It Clicks. However, to start making photographs instead of snapshots, you have to think a bit before clicking the camera’s shutter. It takes practice. So, when you are in a Disney park or an event and things start to happen fast or you are with … Continue reading "Photographic Innoventions: Before the Moment"
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Light Meter: First Aid at Disneyland

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Dear Readers, I have just returned from my birthday adventures at Disneyland. While I had planned to blog from extremely sunny California, my plans fell through so I submit to you a bit of information until next week’s regular blog. Should you require medical assistance of any kind, Disneyland always has registered nurses on duty. … Continue reading "Light Meter: First Aid at Disneyland"
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