Where in the World #118

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This was Challenge #117: And here’s the answer: Copyright © 2009 Barrie Brewer, Nikon D300, 18-200VR, 1/6s shutter, f/8, ISO 200 In the queue of It’s Tough to Be a Bug at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, you will be entertained by several movie posters introducing you to some of the bugs starring in the attraction. Dawn … Continue reading "Where in the World #118"
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TTA Colors

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Tomorrowland Transit Authority long exposure abstract.Nikon D70/18-200VR, 5s, f/4, ISO 200, EV +0.3, 18mm Focal Length Still working on seeing abstract compositions. While riding the Magic Kingdom’s Tomorrowland Transit Authority and watching the colored lights changing I created this for my Disney Pic of the Week on Abstracts.
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Burst Mode

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When photographing an event or show which features fast action, I use what photographers refer to as Burst mode. Camera companies call it Continuous mode. Refer to your camera’s manual on how to set it. This mode will continuously fire your shutter as fast as the camera is able. The Nikon D70 I use is … Continue reading "Burst Mode"
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Calypso Abstract

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Copyright © 2010 Barrie Brewer, Nikon D300, 18-200VR lens, 1/40 sec, f/8 Abstract photography concentrates on texture, form and color rather than the bigger picture, leaving more to your imagination. Here’s another look at that giant xylophone outside the Calypso building at Disney’s All Star Music Resort. Last time, I showed you the big picture. … Continue reading "Calypso Abstract"
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Monsters, Inc

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Monsters, Inc. Mike and Sulley to the Rescue is a fun dark ride at Disney’s California Adventure. You ride in a taxi thru Monstropolis reliving famous scenes from Pixar’s megahit film, Monsters, Inc. As you drive from room to room you’ll see Boo, Needleman, Smitty, and even Randall. Catching these monsters from a moving vehicle … Continue reading "Monsters, Inc"
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Disney Pic of the Week – Abstracts

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Once again my photography pals and I have collected one image each to demonstrate abstract photography. By definition, abstract photography is an image that doesn’t clearly showcase it’s subject. It leans more towards fine art and freedom of expression than say product photography or portraiture, if you will. Abstracts are used to conjur up emotions … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week – Abstracts"
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Where in the World #117

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This was Challenge #116: And here’s the answer: Copyright © 2007 Barrie Brewer, Nikon D50, 18-200VR, 1/40s shutter, f/5, ISO 800 Donald’s nephews are having a good ole time over at Fulton’s General Store at Port Orleans Riverside. That’s Louie climbing the rope. Huey is cheering him on while Dewey holds the rope steady. Do … Continue reading "Where in the World #117"
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How to Photograph a Pirate

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Rim Light is a strong light that hits the edge of the main subject of a photo. In a studio, photographers will use lights behind their subject which is brighter by one or two stops to create the rim light effect. Outdoors, the best way to create rim lighting is putting the Sun behind or … Continue reading "How to Photograph a Pirate"
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No Snow for You

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There are endless wonderful comments one can make about Epcot and it’s World Showcase but I’m exceptionally happy that Canada is never covered in snow because I get enough of that in Massachusetts. Other titles I considered for this blog: Rocky Mountains, Hi Eh Blame Canada Canadia (sung to the tune of Aquarius) Run for … Continue reading "No Snow for You"
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