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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In Search of Nepal at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

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I know I will never travel to Nepal like Indiana Jones did. Luckily, I can photograph Walt Disney World’s version of Nepal at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Expedition: EVEREST. I am always searching for new angles and compositions like Indy searched for rare artifacts. Walking over the metal bridge with Everest behind me I spotted one … Continue reading "In Search of Nepal at Disney’s Animal Kingdom"
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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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Waterfalls of Pandora in Disney’s Animal Kingdom

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The first thing I noticed when walking into Pandora – The World of Avatar in Disney’s Animal Kingdom were the Floating Mountains. The size and the way Disney Imagineers designed them is quite amazing. The second thing I noticed were the waterfalls flowing from them. Disney uses water beautifully in all their Walt Disney World … Continue reading "Waterfalls of Pandora in Disney’s Animal Kingdom"
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Disney Pic of the Week: Disney’s Hollywood Studios Landscape

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Of all the parks at Walt Disney World, Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the hardest to find a location for landscape photography. Now, if you want to consider cityscapes an off shoot of landscape photography then this photo of Sunset Blvd. with the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror looming over it works. People walking on Sunset … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: Disney’s Hollywood Studios Landscape"
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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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Anchoring Your Photography at Walt Disney World

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In landscape photography, the idea of anchoring a photo with an interesting element in the foreground is almost a rule. An anchor creates drama, shows scope, scale and tells a story. I use anchors a lot at Walt Disney World especially when I have a wide angle lens on my camera. Wide angle lenses allow … Continue reading "Anchoring Your Photography at Walt Disney World"
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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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Disney Pic of the Week: Tree Of Life

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Whether it is your first time visiting Disney’s Animal Kingdom or your fiftyish, seeing the Tree Of Life as you come out onto the bridge to cross over to Discovery Island is an amazing experience. I like it as one of the few places in Walt Disney World where you can frame an attraction and … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: Tree Of Life"
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