Ferry Service to Magic Kingdom

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You love it because it takes you to Magic Kingdom. You aren’t overly thrilled when it takes you back to the Ticket and Transportation Center. It’s a complicated relationship. Not familiar with this floating mode of transport? When you drive to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, you park in the lot. Then you … Continue reading "Ferry Service to Magic Kingdom"
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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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Newbie and the Geek Take Magic Kingdom

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Last Wednesday I wrote about our experience at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Magic Kingdom was going to be the one that would strike comparisons against Disneyland. It happens to me on every visit so I knew it would undoubtedly do the same to Yoli. While other people trump one park over the other, Yoli said it … Continue reading "Newbie and the Geek Take Magic Kingdom"
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View from a Monorail

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Riding around on the monorail just for the sake of doing so is a nice way to relax and see things from a different perspective. It’s even better when you can find yourself a window seat without standing passengers in your compartment. There are 3 routes to enjoy. For those rushing back to their vehicles … Continue reading "View from a Monorail"
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Visualizing at the Ticket & Transportation Center

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Visualization is a skill photographers use to see photographs before they take them. I know of many photographers who visit Walt Disney World who plan shots months in advance. I have done that and I have seen a good photo by just walking about the parks. The photo below of the Magic Kingdom Ferryboat entrance … Continue reading "Visualizing at the Ticket & Transportation Center"
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Vertical Monorails at Walt Disney World

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Many people when photographing the monorail will keep their camera level or in the landscape orientation. I, too, mostly photograph monorails this way. When I was spending some time at the Ticket and Transportation Center at Walt Disney World last fall, I was watching the monorails enter and leave the station. I took photos in … Continue reading "Vertical Monorails at Walt Disney World"
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