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 […]
Post Archive: Fireworks
We are introducing a new feature to the site leading up to Photo Magic 2013 that we think everyone will enjoy. The idea is to take one photo subject at Disney and have each of us explain our approach to shooting it. We are starting with photos that will most likely be done during Photo Magic, but we plan on continuing this after the event and covering more shots from around the resort.
To get things started, we are starting with one of the more popular questions we get on the blog…Wishes! People always want to know how we photograph the fireworks, recommendations for locations and the correct settings to use. Today we will each take a few minutes to explain our own approach to photographing the nightly fireworks at the Magic Kingdom.
To celebrate today’s holiday, here are some photos from last night’s performance of the Magic Kingdom 4th of July fireworks as seen from the beach of the Polynesian Resort. I ended up shooting the whole show in portrait mode, as I only brought with me a 35mm lens, which was nowhere near wide enough to […]
For today’s photo, we’re taking a look at Illuminations as seen from the Japan pavilion in World Showcase. This shot was one that I had never really considered before, as the more commonly photographed location in this pavilion is from the second floor near Tokyo Dining. But, a group of us were hanging out over […]
Hey everybody! It is Fireworks Friday, and I am posting some shots from a very special show. On the 4th of July this week, I was fortunate enough to catch of rare glimpse of fireworks over Disney’s Hollywood Studios. In a word, it was awesome. I felt that I did a pretty bad job at […]
Hey everyone, and Happy 4th of July from us here at Disney Photography Blog!!
I was lucky enough to shoot this year’s Magic Kingdom 4th of July fireworks show from the beach at the Polynesian Resort, and I just wanted to share a few of the frames I captured from it. Since this was my first time shooting, I spent about a third of the show in awe of all the big bursts, and then remembered that I should probably be shooting.