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Flower and Garden 2014 Photos

By Cory Disbrow on March 5th, 2014   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Spotlight   |    10 Comments

As some of you may know, the 2014 Flower and Garden Festival starts today at Epcot! It’s my favorite time of year to photograph the park, and I went over yesterday for a ‘soft opening’ of sorts. Here are some of my favorite shots from the day.

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The Muppets are seen in topiary form for the first time this year.

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I love seeing all the topiaries and extra color in the park. Will you be attending Flower and Garden this year? If so, how do you plan on shooting it? Let us know in the comments below.

Everything in this post was shot with theĀ Sony a7 and the combination of the Sony 28-70mm, Zeiss 55mm f/1.8, and Canon EF 135mm f/2L lenses, which you can all check out at our Amazon page. Thanks for reading!

10 Comments

  1. Julie Pickett   |   Mar 5, 2014

    Thank you so much for sharing these! It makes me want to book a ticket right now. Wish I could be there, but in the meantime, it is wonderful to see the event through your lens.

  2. Bryan   |   Mar 5, 2014

    Needs more Mater

  3. Sabrina   |   Mar 5, 2014

    Love the Buzz Lightyear topiary and the Lion King one the most! Those photos are stunning and the background and lighting is so fitting! Wish I could go again this year!

  4. Scott Smith   |   Mar 6, 2014

    Awesome set of shots!!!!! I was there Pre-Fest on Saturday. Will be nice to see things not half hidden.

  5. Becky   |   Mar 6, 2014

    Just booked a three day solo trip for early April mostly to take photos at F&G. Will be bringing my Rebel t4i. Planning on renting a prime lens to bring along as I haven’t decided which one to buy yet.Which lens would you suggest. I have the EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS II lens, but really want to start using a prime. Thanks!

    • Cory Disbrow   |   Mar 7, 2014

      Since you’re on a crop sensor body, I would recommend either a 35mm or 50mm prime lens. You’ll have a nice and normal field of view with either of those, and it’ll open up a significant amount of creativity by having f/1.8 or f/2 apertures available. Thanks for reading!

  6. Chris M.   |   Mar 7, 2014

    Great set! The Flower and Garden Festival at WDW is on the Disney bucket list for my wife and I.

  7. Jane   |   Mar 7, 2014

    I’m here now. It is beautiful, and I’m taking lots of pictures!

  8. D.hebert   |   Mar 17, 2014

    You’re getting some great shots with that Sony A7, just curious if you’ve attempted any dark ride stuff with it?

  9. Your Name   |   Mar 20, 2014

    Hello! Really nice shots, great work you have done .I have seen new way of photography here.You can also see unique photography in surrey.

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