More Walt Disney World Ride Photography

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It has been awhile since I addressed the topic of photographing on a ride at Walt Disney World. First and foremost, you must…MUST…safely secure your camera so neither you or anyone else on the ride will be harmed. I would say this is one kind of photography, you will not be able to use a … Continue reading "More Walt Disney World Ride Photography"
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Walt Disney World Wallpapers for Your Desktop

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Wallpaper image of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.Nikon D70/Tokina 11-16mm, 1/400s, f/10, ISO 200, EV +0.3, 11mm (16mm DX) Focal Length. A few years ago I supplied a few images to All Ears to help create a set of Disney Wallpaper images for your computers. You can find them in the Disney Desktop Section. Check them … Continue reading "Walt Disney World Wallpapers for Your Desktop"
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Frontierland Reflections in the Magic Kingdom

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After an early breakfast at the Crystal Palace, the Magic Kingdom had not officially opened and was very quiet. The Rivers of America was still enough to become a reflective surface. Like any photographer, I took full advantage. First up was Harper’s Mill on Tom Sawyer Island being reflected in the water. Harper’s Mill on … Continue reading "Frontierland Reflections in the Magic Kingdom"
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Disney PIc of the Week: Magic Kingdom Landscape

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For the next few weeks, Deb and I will be sharing our landscape photography from Walt Disney World. The definition of Landscape Photography is showing spaces within the world, sometimes vast and unending, but other times microscopic. That’s pretty broad. Must people think of vast expanses showing mountains, deserts, oceans and other such places when … Continue reading "Disney PIc of the Week: Magic Kingdom Landscape"
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Editing Big Thunder Mountain Railroad in the Magic Kingdom

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This week I am going to take you through a challenging photo edit using Adobe Lightroom CC. Here is the before image I took while riding Big Thunder Mountain Railroad in the Magic Kingdom. Riding Big Thunder Mountain Railroad in the Magic Kingdom [UNEDITED].Nikon D750/24-120VR, 1/125s, f/16, ISO 400, EV 0, 24mm Focal Length. There … Continue reading "Editing Big Thunder Mountain Railroad in the Magic Kingdom"
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Until Shanghai, railroads have been chugging through Disney parks since 1955

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Walt Disney, left, proudly surveys Disneyland as the E.P. Ripley pulls into the station on opening day, July 17, 1955. With him are then-California Gov. Goodwin Knight, center, and Fred Gurley, president of the Santa Fe Railroad. When Shanghai Disneyland opened to the public on June 17, there was one classic Disney attraction conspicuous in … Continue reading "Until Shanghai, railroads have been chugging through Disney parks since 1955"
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Photographing While Riding at Walt Disney World

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One of the hot topics I get asked about a lot is photographing while on a ride at Disney themeparks. There is an easy way and a harder way which I will be talking about and giving examples. First, let me stress the importance of securing your camera while on rides. Whether you are taking … Continue reading "Photographing While Riding at Walt Disney World"
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Hidden Mickeys at Tom Sawyer Island, Magic Kingdom

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Tom Sawyer Island is a huge playground for kids (and adults like me). Not surprisingly, Disney placed some cool Hidden Images here. Let’s start at the very back of the island, at Fort Langhorn. What do you think of this image? It’s hanging on the left side of the outside wall of the Blacksmith’s shop … Continue reading "Hidden Mickeys at Tom Sawyer Island, Magic Kingdom"
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