Hollywood Studios Favorite

Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios Favorite Photos

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I am taking the next three weeks to share some of my favorite photos from each of the themeparks at the Walt Disney World Resort. Disney’s Animal Kingdom is an animal park inside a themepark. I have taken thousands of photos of the park’s animals but it is the Tree of Life which I tried … Continue reading "Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios Favorite Photos"
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Tree of Life Guests

Disney Pic of the Week: Tree of Life Projections

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For this month, I will be sharing Walt Disney World “castles” from each of the parks. Each photo will include guests with the hope they will be busy again in the not too distant future. Starting with the Tree of Life found on Discovery Island in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The 16mm focal length let me … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: Tree of Life Projections"
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Where in the World #674

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To all who come to this photo trivia game, welcome! Along the way, the photos can make us relive memories and see details that Walt’s Imagineers put into everything we love in Walt Disney World! And now: Challenge #673: And here’s the answer: Pluto on his own bus! He’s part of the six new ones … Continue reading "Where in the World #674"
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Cinderella Castle ISO 100

Photography Review – ISO

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The last of the basic photography terms I will cover is ISO. The third part of the Exposure Triangle, ISO measures a digital camera’s sensor sensitivity to light. The higher the ISO, the more sensitive the sensor becomes. By turning up ISO, you can take photos in low light situations without a tripod. Sounds great, … Continue reading "Photography Review – ISO"
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Monorail Ride to Contemporary Resort

Disney Pic of the Week: Contemporary Resort

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Disney’s Contemporary Resort was Walt Disney World’s most notable resort when it opened in 1971. Images of the monorails entering and leaving the resort are still used today by Disney in their advertising. Back in 2009, I was able to ride in the front of a monorail to the Magic Kingdom. I photographed along the … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: Contemporary Resort"
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Magic Kingdom Dumbo Long Exposure

Photography Review – Shutter Speed

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Continuing our study of basic photography terms, this week is all about speed! No, not the kind of speed which Lightning McQueen envisions. I am talking about the speed of a camera’s shutter opening and closing to make an exposure on a digital sensor. Shutter Speed is the main reason people will either get a … Continue reading "Photography Review – Shutter Speed"
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All Star Sports Hoops

Disney Pic of the Week: All-Star Sports Resort

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The first time my family could afford to stay on Walt Disney World property, we stayed at Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort. It taught us the best way to visit Walt Disney World was to stay on property. The convenience and perks even at a Value Walt Disney World Resort is well worth it for us … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: All-Star Sports Resort"
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Where in the World #672

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To all who come to this photo trivia game, welcome! Along the way, the photos can make us relive memories and see details that Walt’s Imagineers put into everything we love in Walt Disney World! And now: Challenge #671: And here’s the answer: As you all guessed, it’s the toy cabinet in the Peter Pan’s … Continue reading "Where in the World #672"
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Galaxys Edge Speeder Garage f/8

Photography Review – Aperture

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This is the time of year I do a review of basic photography terms. Many of you may have gotten new cameras or smartphones with cameras over the holidays. Starting with the term: Aperture. Aperture seems to work in reverse to common sense when you first learn about it. Measured in f/stops, the smaller the … Continue reading "Photography Review – Aperture"
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Port Orleans-Riverside Resort Dining Locations

Disney Pic of the Week: Port Orleans-Riverside Resort

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Disney’s Port Orleans-Riverside Resort is one of two Port Orleans resorts at Walt Disney World. My wife and I love both of them with their unique food courts, pools and guests rooms. Port Orleans-Riverside Resort also has the Boatwright’s Dining Hall restaurant with sit down dining service featuring a menu with a Southern flair. Have … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: Port Orleans-Riverside Resort"
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