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 […]
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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 […]
Today’s photo is from the Mission: Space exterior at Epcot. This Mission: Space shot was taken at an aperture of f/22 to get that sweet sunburst action. When the light is really harsh in the middle of the day, these are fun shots that you can still look for even if the lighting isn’t as […]
Today’s photo shows off the details of the Be Our Guest restaurant at Magic Kingdom. I love all of the rich details inside Be Our Guest, especially these guys and the fellas holding up the lampposts on the bridge leading to the building. The tired and almost angry look they give is great, especially with […]
Some of you who read this blog or follow my photography on Flickr as well as the ISO5571 podcast know that I recently made the change from a full frame DSLR camera to a mirrorless option from Sony called the Sony a7. This was a really big change for me, as I had been shooting […]