One of the things that I am constantly trying to improve upon in my photography is the concept of being able to tell a story without having to write a long and bloated caption or paragraph that accompanies it. If you follow me on Flickr, you’ll see that I’ve cut back significantly on my captions, […]
Howdy all! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season, and that you’re all excited for 2014. I know that the site has been dormant for a while, and today, I’d like to discuss a few things, both on a personal level, an artistic level, as well as share some of my thoughts and […]
Hey guys, sorry it has been a while. PhotoMagic figured out a way to exhaust us, all the way until the holidays! That said, we are happy and proud to announce that the 2014 edition of the Disney Photo a Day application is now available for iOS devices through iTunes and the App Store! The concept […]
It’s been a few weeks, but by now everyone should be well rested and recovered from PhotoMagic 2013 – yes, even those who partook in SlackerMagic! We’re busy going over ideas for next year but wanted to get feedback from everyone as to what you liked, didn’t like and how we can improve future events. If you have a moment or two, please let us know your thoughts!
It’s already over? After all that planning and counting down, it is hard to believe that PhotoMagic 2013 is now in the books. We had an incredible week at Walt Disney World and from the feedback we received, it seemed that everyone who joined us had a great time too. Today we wanted to take a moment to share our own thoughts on the week and invite you to share your memories in the comments below.
It was a great week and we can’t wait to do it all over again next year. Before we can start planning for PhotoMagic 2014 though, lets look back on PhotoMagic 2013!
What do dinosaurs, VHS tapes, and the local neighborhood milkman have in common? They’re all extinct. And today, I ask the question: is the DSLR soon to join them? The DSLR camera was revolutionary in many ways. It was a logical progression from the big and bulky film cameras that only allowed us to shoot […]