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Photographers Workflow: Tom Bricker

By Tom Bricker on February 4th, 2011   |    Posted in:  Disney Photographers   |    16 Comments
By Tom Bricker on February 4th, 2011   |    Posted in:  Disney Photographers   |    16 Comments

One new feature on the site is we will be sharing the post processing methods of different contributors on the site.  Today we start with Tom Bricker who shares his workflow method. As we develop our photographic prowess, not only do we develop signature shooting styles (I’m told mine is big picture ultra-wide angle photos), […]

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Upgrade your Cottage to a Castle

By Doug Maffett on February 2nd, 2011   |    Posted in:  Processing   |    3 Comments
By Doug Maffett on February 2nd, 2011   |    Posted in:  Processing   |    3 Comments

Photographing Disney is an exciting thing for me, and I would imagine for everyone on this site. There is something special about Disney. It brings out the child in everyone. That is good and bad for me as a photographer. It means I want to see and do it all, and sometimes I don’t slow […]

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Disney Photography Tour – La Hacienda de San Angel

By Cory Disbrow on January 31st, 2011   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Spotlight   |    5 Comments
By Cory Disbrow on January 31st, 2011   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Spotlight   |    5 Comments

Hello readers! A big thanks to everyone for the outstanding first week we had with the relaunch! We had some of our biggest numbers to date, and things keep looking up for us here at DPB. For today’s post, I wanted to do a little photo tour of one of EPCOT Center’s newest restaurants. On […]

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The stars are out at the Magic Kingdom

By Paul Gowder on January 28th, 2011   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Spotlight, Processing   |    1 Comment
By Paul Gowder on January 28th, 2011   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Spotlight, Processing   |    1 Comment

Imagineering the Shot For over a year I’ve wanted to try this, but just haven’t had the chance. Touring with a 6 year old we don’t stop for much, let alone long enough for star trails. This past December we had the perfect setting, a Magic Kingdom view at the Contemporary. As an aside,all photographers […]

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When Time is of the Essence

By Tom Bricker on January 27th, 2011   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Tips   |    7 Comments
By Tom Bricker on January 27th, 2011   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Tips   |    7 Comments

During our December trip, we had the opportunity to tour the Cinderella Castle Suite. As the Suite is regularly not seen by park guests, I knew this would be a twice in a lifetime opportunity. (The second time being when Disney is trying to coax me into playing Jack Sparrow’s ruggedly handsome son in Pirates […]

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21 combined exposures to create 1 stunning Disney photo

By Samuel Justice on January 26th, 2011   |    Posted in:  Processing   |    5 Comments
By Samuel Justice on January 26th, 2011   |    Posted in:  Processing   |    5 Comments

Introduction – About Samuel Justice Hello readers!  My name is Samuel Justice. I’m a photographer from across the pond in the UK, I’m based just outside of Brighton in the county of Sussex.  I’m based over at www.samueljustice.net or you can follow me at twitter.com/samueljustice, I started taking photography seriously about 5 years ago when […]

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