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An Empty Park?

By Cory Disbrow on April 16th, 2014   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Tips, News   |    3 Comments
By Cory Disbrow on April 16th, 2014   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Tips, News   |    3 Comments

For today’s post, I wanted to share a tip you can use to get a beautiful daytime shot of Cinderella Castle without having any people in the frame. The above photo was taken at around 5pm this past Sunday. Now, we all know that Disney didn’t shut down the park so that I could take […]

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Festival of Fantasy Parade Photos!

By Cory Disbrow on March 14th, 2014   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Spotlight   |    5 Comments
By Cory Disbrow on March 14th, 2014   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Spotlight   |    5 Comments

As some of you may know, the Magic Kingdom debuted a new daytime parade on March 9th. I got the opportunity to check it out yesterday, and of course, take some photos. While I’m not a huge parade person, new things are always nice to see, and this parade is definitely an improvement on what […]

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Pinnochio in the Hub

By Cory Disbrow on March 10th, 2014   |    Posted in:  Daily Disney Photo   |    Comments Off
By Cory Disbrow on March 10th, 2014   |    Posted in:  Daily Disney Photo   |    Comments Off

Just a quick photo post for today, and it comes from the Magic Kingdom! With it being springtime in the parks, we only have a few weeks before it starts to get quite hot here. During these few weeks of spring, we get some really nice flowers in the Hub, which get switched out for […]

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Photo Essay: A Busy Disney Day

By Cory Disbrow on January 10th, 2014   |    Posted in:  Photography 101   |    14 Comments
By Cory Disbrow on January 10th, 2014   |    Posted in:  Photography 101   |    14 Comments

One of the things that I am constantly trying to improve upon in my photography is the concept of being able to tell a story without having to write a long and bloated caption or paragraph that accompanies it. If you follow me on Flickr, you’ll see that I’ve cut back significantly on my captions, […]

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What? A New Post?

By Cory Disbrow on January 6th, 2014   |    Posted in:  Beyond Photography   |    9 Comments
By Cory Disbrow on January 6th, 2014   |    Posted in:  Beyond Photography   |    9 Comments

Howdy all! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season, and that you’re all excited for 2014. I know that the site has been dormant for a while, and today, I’d like to discuss a few things, both on a personal level, an artistic level, as well as share some of my thoughts and […]

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Disney Photography Tips: Boo to You Parade

By Adam Hansen on October 9th, 2013   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Tips   |    6 Comments
By Adam Hansen on October 9th, 2013   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Tips   |    6 Comments

We are back with another installment of Disney Photography Tips and this time we are each sharing our approach to photographing the Boo to You parade from Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom. We will be photographing this parade as a large group during Photo Magic and have already received many requests for setting suggestions and the gear that should be used. What you will probably notice when reading this entry, is that none of us feel we are any good when it comes to shooting this parade! Granted we have all walked away with good shots in the past, but you see see that it can be a very difficult parade to photograph and you need to get the settings just right if you want that perfect shot!

Hopefully by starting the discussion here, others will start to share their settings in the comments and by the time Photo Magic comes around (in just two weeks!!!), we will all be ready with our cameras to capture those Grim Grinning Ghosts as they make their way down Main Street, U.S.A.

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