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5 Tips For Photographing A Disney Sunrise

By Tom Bricker on February 22nd, 2012   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Tips   |    4 Comments
By Tom Bricker on February 22nd, 2012   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Tips   |    4 Comments

If you’re visiting Walt Disney World or Disneyland for the 24-hour “One More Disney Day” event on Leap Day, you have the rare opportunity to be in the park before the sun rises. For photographers, this means one thing: SUNRISE PHOTOS!!! Here are some helpful tips to assist you in photographing the sunrise at Walt […]

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A Guide to Action Photography at a Disney Park

By Scott Thomas on February 20th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Tips   |    Comments Off
By Scott Thomas on February 20th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Tips   |    Comments Off

We are excited to have Scott Thomas contribute today on the blog. Scott also appears on this weeks episode of ISO 5571 – A Disney Photography Podcast (Episode 7). Be sure to listen to the episode by visiting www.ISO5571.com or subscribing through iTunes for free to hear Scott discuss action photography with Cory Disbrow, Ryan […]

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Photographing Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

By Brett Kiger on February 13th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Tips   |    3 Comments
By Brett Kiger on February 13th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Tips   |    3 Comments

Burning rubber, Disney style! Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is an extremely engaging and thrilling attraction on it’s own, but it presents a few unique challenges to the Disney photography enthusiast. While this show is certainly fun to watch, I find it even more fun to photograph. I hope the […]

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Remember the Basics of Photography – Part 2: Exposure

By Todd Hurley on February 1st, 2012   |    Posted in:  Photography 101   |    1 Comment
By Todd Hurley on February 1st, 2012   |    Posted in:  Photography 101   |    1 Comment

Plain and simple, exposure is the amount of light recorded by the camera’s sensor (or film). That light forms an image. UNDERexposure is the loss of shadow details while OVERexposure is the loss of highlight details. Ideally, you don’t want either in your images… you want a “normal” exposure with no details lost in either […]

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Remember the Basics of Photography – Part 1: Light

By Todd Hurley on January 30th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Photography 101   |    Comments Off
By Todd Hurley on January 30th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Photography 101   |    Comments Off

This is a fun hobby, isn’t it? It’s been a fantastic experience for me to get to meet folks from across the country who share two of the same passions in life as me: photography and Walt Disney World (I would include Disneyland Resort and the other Disney theme parks, but I’m embarrassed to say […]

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Main STREET Photography

By Cory Disbrow on January 11th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Tips   |    2 Comments
By Cory Disbrow on January 11th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Tips   |    2 Comments

Hey guys! For today’s post, I’m going to talk a little bit about street photography, and a spot where it can be done in Walt Disney World! Street photography is one of the most popular genres of photography, especially for people who live in cities. It is a style that really incorporates people, and is […]

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