Every year I feature this tip. I urge you to check out last year’s post on it here: Get Close to the Magic Kingdom Train Station.
This year, instead of showing WHY I say the number one tip I give photographers is to Get Close and Fill the Frame, here are three more examples from the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World. For each photo, I used the Nikon 28-300VR FX Super-Zoom Lens to pull in the subject and fill the frame.
Getting this close-up of a Dapper Dans performer playing the cool Deagan Organ Chime allows you to see his expression and colorful Christmas outfit.
The Main Street Philharmonic performers put on a fun show and come close to sidewalks, which is where I was when I took this photo of the trombone player.
The Little Mermaid float in the Disney Festival of Fantasy parade is preceded by a troupe of very colorful dancers. I made full use of the super-zoom even though I was only a few feet away. The dancer made eye contact as I was taking her photo, which really made this a real winner.
Remember, to improve your photos, get in close and fill the frame!
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