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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Visiting Morocco in Epcot’s World Showcase

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Kingdom of Morocco plaque at the Morocco pavilion.Nikon D750/28-300VR, 1/60s, f/6.3, ISO 100, EV 0, 40mm focal length. Morocco in Epcot’s World Showcase does not have a ride or a CircleVision movie. What it does have is beautiful architecture to explore, interesting shops to browse, enticing foods to try and a feeling of peacefulness. The … Continue reading "Visiting Morocco in Epcot’s World Showcase"
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Disney Pic of the Week: Epcot at Night

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Night time in any Walt Disney World park or resort is magical. Use of lighting and shadows enhances the architecture’s colors and shapes. The Morocco pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase is beautiful at night. The patterns found on the fountains and in the buildings is hard to pass up photographing them. The lighting after dark … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: Epcot at Night"
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My Walt Disney World Photography Kit

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Back in 2008, I showed and explained what photography equipment I bring and why to Walt Disney World. While the principles remain the same, my equipment has changed and for the better. Unlike most visitors, I take my photography in the resort very seriously. It is fun and challenging and brings an extra dimension to … Continue reading "My Walt Disney World Photography Kit"
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Disney Pic of the Week: Trashcans

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Trashcans at Walt Disney World are everywhere. You can not walk 20 feet without coming upon one. Sadly, Disney has found in their American parks, such an abundance is needed. When photographing there, it is hard not to get a trashcan in a wide angle composition. This is what happened to me when I was … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: Trashcans"
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Foreground Objects at Epcot

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More on Aperture this week with a pinch of composition. I am going to guess most of the time the subject you are photographing is in front of something. Have you ever tried putting something in front of the subject? During last year’s Food and Wine Festival at Epcot, a temporary entertainment location was put … Continue reading "Foreground Objects at Epcot"
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World Showcase Details

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Epcot’s World Showcase is a treasure trove of photographic opportunities. I find new things to photograph in the countries with every trip. Here are three examples. I photograph lots of t-shirts when traveling. I like to use them for online galleries and slideshows. This t-shirt I found in an outdoor kiosk at the Canada pavilion … Continue reading "World Showcase Details"
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Moroccan Light in Epcot’s World Showcase

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Colorful light fixture hanging in the Fez House.Nikon D700/28-300VR, 1/30s, f/4.8, ISO 1400, EV 0, 65mm focal length. I kind of paniced when I saw the subject, Light Fixture for the Disney Pic of the Week. I was not sure I had one but a search of my Disney photo library came up with this … Continue reading "Moroccan Light in Epcot’s World Showcase"
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Where in the World #292

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To all who come to this photo trivia game, Welcome! Along the way, the photos can make us relive memories and see details Walt’s Imagineers put into everything we love in Walt Disney World! Thank you, Mickey Eckert! I think it’s cool that we broke the record too. A Disney Balloon for everybody! Congratulations to … Continue reading "Where in the World #292"
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Sun Kissed in Morocco

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Have you ever noticed the specific trees, plants, and flowers used in each of Epcot’s World Showcase pavilions? They are specifically chosen to be true to that country’s landscape. In Morocco you will find palms and fruit trees. Tempting as it may be, fruit picking is not allowed by Guests. They don’t mind being photographed … Continue reading "Sun Kissed in Morocco"
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