A Vivid Glance at Disneyland

Light Meter by Lisa K. Berton

I’m going to make this blog short and sweet.

Playing around with my Canon PowerShot SX30 IS, I took a few shots when the train we were riding (Disneyland Railroad) pulled into Mickey’s Toontown station. Seated with my friend Lisa and her 2 little boys, I quickly grabbed 2 snapshots. For the first image, I set it to Program (P) and ISO 400. The camera selected the f-stop, f4, and shutterspeed, 1/640. I then changed the settings by turning the dial to Scene and selecting the parrot icon for Vivid. Again the camera made the techincal decisions; ISO 80, f4, 1/125. These are the results.



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One Reply to “A Vivid Glance at Disneyland”

  1. Very cool, Lisa.

    Vivid seems like a perfect setting for the Magic Kingdom!

    You know – maybe you could do a blog on the different cameras you have and what you use them for. I think that would be interesting.

    Keep up the good work,

    Lisa responds: Thanks, Dan. That’s a good idea for a blog. I shall put it on my list.