Motion Photography in the Magic Kingdom

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As I conclude my series on how to improve your photography at Walt Disney World, I want to talk about my favorite kind…Motion Photography. When done right, motion photography gets the most attention when sharing it. It has good “Wow” factor. First kind of motion photography is keeping the camera still with a slow shutter … Continue reading "Motion Photography in the Magic Kingdom"
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Postcard from Carsland

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Scott is still on vacation. We did receive this Postcard from Radiator Springs and thought we would share it with you. Hi, to all my All Ears friends and family! I am having a wonderful time out here in Radiator Springs. While seeing it in the movies was extraordinary, visiting the actual location where Lightning … Continue reading "Postcard from Carsland"
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Using a Super Zoom Lens at Walt Disney World

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I am a big fan of using Super Zoom lenses on digital SLR cameras. When I travel to places like Walt Disney World, I do not want to be carrying a lot of heavy equipment. A Super Zoom lens lets me go with a small pouch which holds an extra battery, memory cards, lens cleaning … Continue reading "Using a Super Zoom Lens at Walt Disney World"
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Panning for Gold

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The technique of panning to convey a sense of motion is one that takes practice. Instead of worrying about depth of field as you would for a landscape or a portrait, slow shutter speeds and steady hands are what is needed to get a good panned photo. For unlike most photography, panning means you move … Continue reading "Panning for Gold"
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At Speed & Young

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Racing along Tomorrowland Indy Speedway.Nikon D70/18-200VR, 1/20s, f/18, 200 ISO, 0 EV, 95mm Focal Length Racing along Tomorrowland Indy Speedway in the Magic Kingdom, this young driver is taking his Mom for the ride of her life. Can you tell how fast this car is going? Tomorrowland Indy cars can only reach a maximum speed … Continue reading "At Speed & Young"
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