I had the opportunity to be in Orlando two weeks ago for work and made it a point to get some time in at the parks with my camera at night. One thing I wanted to do was capture Illuminations from a unique angle. I enjoy all the great shots of fireworks that can be […]
Hello readers! For today, I would like to announce one final event for the Disney Photography Blog December Photo Trip. I honestly don’t expect this one to be super attended due to the time it’s taking place and the fact that we have some big stuff going on December 6th already. But I got an […]
Hello readers! For today’s post, I wanted to share with you some photos of what I consider to be one of the most beautiful pavilions in World Showcase, and that is the Italy pavilion! But, in order to truly enjoy these photos, a little backstory on the pavilion is necessary. So, the pavilion is known […]
Hello Readers! For today’s post, I have some very exciting info to share with all of you. As you know by now, we’re having what hopes to be a large meetup in Walt Disney World the week of December 5th-9th. And we’ve planned a whole bunch of events that you can find over on Plancast […]
Hello Readers! With the Disney Photography Blog December Photo Trip coming so soon, I decided to write a post about the pre-trip excitement we all share before embarking on a trip to the World. Everyone loves to take pictures at WDW. They captures moments that last a lifetime. Even Disney has recognized that, seeing that […]
During my last trip to the Magic Kingdom there was several times that I was able to take advantage of the sun’s position to create some interesting images. Creating the sunburst effect is a very simple technique. Set your camera to the smallest aperture available, usually around f22. This small aperture will cause the sun’s ray to show up on your image. The effect can be done while shooting straight at the sun. I’ve found that I prefer the effect when you compose the shot so that just a small portion of the sun is visible.