My favorite time to visit Epcot is just around the corner. That time, as always, is the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival. The park undergoes a transformation which makes it far more photogenic than during the rest of the year. Beautiful flowers are everywhere, character topiaries are placed throughout the park, and in the past […]
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Today’s post is an update on my not so recent switch to an entirely new camera system, the Sony a7 mirrorless line. For those who care for just pretty pictures, they’re scattered throughout the article, so enjoy! A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far, away… I shot all Canon DSLR. I was […]
Hello everyone! It has been quite some time since we last had a post here. Our last post was basically just us keeping you up to date with some of our projects, which have been delayed way longer than we wanted them to be. We promise, the 2015 version of the Photo a Day app […]
Editors Note: Today’s post was written by our App Developer, Keith Kolmos! Happy New Year to everyone that reads DisneyPhotographyBlog.com! 2014 was a good year – Cory got married to Samantha in October and Adam got married back in September. Here’s hoping that 2015 is going to be even better. Blah, blah, blah. So where’s the 2015 Photo […]
The ISO5571 podcast is back! This episode, we talk Disney news and rumors, as well as discussing HDR and its relevance in today’s world of amazing sensors. We also discuss various masking techniques! You can check out more ISO5571 episodes on iTunes or at ISO5571.com!
As I was going through my photo libraries recently, I saw that I had some nighttime images from a Magic Kingdom shoot where I did quite a bit of bracketing. When I was shooting with the Canon 5D Mark III, I would bracket all of my nighttime images. Whether it be a lack of Lightroom/Photoshop […]