Photographing Christmas Lights at Disney II

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Last year I gave you some tips on how to photograph Christmas light decorations at Walt Disney World and at home. This year I want to show you a couple of my results using those tips. I visited the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios last December. Putting my camera into … Continue reading "Photographing Christmas Lights at Disney II"
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Mission: Space

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Before Mission: SPACE, there was Horizons. Horizons opened exactly one year after Epcot on October 1, 1983. The attraction used Disney’s Omnimover conveyance system and allowed guests to view the future through the eyes of scientist and authors both past and present. The closing of Horizons (January 9, 1999) was generated by several events. First, … Continue reading "Mission: Space"
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Walt Disney World as a Teen!!! Part 6

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Epcot is in my opinion the hottest (weather wise) park! Ugh I hate walking around there on hot days! I recommend going to the Character Connection first, it’s air conditioned and the line is very short if you go first thing. Last year when I went the Character Connection was kind of hidden so we … Continue reading "Walt Disney World as a Teen!!! Part 6"
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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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