Disney Pic of the Week: 50th Anniversary Partners

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Recently, I shared photos of Cinderella Castle Through the Years and even shared a photo of the Partners statue surrounded by poinsettias during the Christmas holidays. Well, I could not pass up the same kind of photo with the 50th Anniversary Cinderella Castle in the background. What are your impressions of the 50th Anniversary overlay … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: 50th Anniversary Partners"
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Partners and the Crane at the Magic Kingdom

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I got on the ferry to travel from the Ticket and Transportation Center on my last visit to the Magic Kingdom. I walked up the ferry’s stairs and made my way to the front railings. I looked over the Seven Seas Lagoon to see the beautiful sights as the ferry sailed closer. I first notice … Continue reading "Partners and the Crane at the Magic Kingdom"
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Halloween at Disneyland

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Partners Statue decorated for Halloween in Disneyland.Nikon D700/Sigma 15mm, 1/320s, f/9, ISO 200, EV 0. Disneyland for Halloween was just as much fun as its Florida counterpart. Decorations were found up and down Main Street USA and throughout the Lands. Even the Partners Statue in the Hub area in front of Show White’s Castle was … Continue reading "Halloween at Disneyland"
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Anchoring Your Disney Photographs

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In Landscape Photography, the use of an Anchor Point is commonly used in compositions. An anchor point is an item in the foreground that is in focus that the eye can lock on to and then wander out into the photograph. You can use this concept in your Disney photos to improve your compositions and … Continue reading "Anchoring Your Disney Photographs"
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Being Creative with Crowds at Walt Disney World

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Here’s a fun way to approach photographing in busy tourist attractions like Walt Disney World. Be creative! Easier said than done I can hear you saying. Really, when confronted with people everywhere, start looking from different angles, get low, get high or just tilt your camera. A couple of weeks ago, I showed you how … Continue reading "Being Creative with Crowds at Walt Disney World"
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Disney Pic of the Week: Halloween

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The Magic Kingdom turns into a Halloween lovers dream each year at this time. Pumpkins, scarecrows, maize and corn stalks line Main Street USA. Many evenings here are reserved for fun and trickery at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Parties with a parade not to be missed if you are visiting the resort. Walt Disney … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: Halloween"
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Deep Colored Partners Statue in the Magic Kingdom

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How does a landscape photographer get those deep colors in their photos? Is it all done in photo software? There was no such thing as photo software a couple of decades ago. So, while today’s digital photographers may use software to deepen or saturate colors, it is easier to do so right in the camera. … Continue reading "Deep Colored Partners Statue in the Magic Kingdom"
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My Flickr Project Part III

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Hope you have enjoyed this series on how I used flickr, the popular Internet photo sharing community website, to improve my Disney photography. This is the last one for now. I am sure I will re-visit this concept in the future. It was both fun and extremely challenging. Especially this set of photos. Matt Pasant … Continue reading "My Flickr Project Part III"
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