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The Details of New Fantasyland

By Cory Disbrow on October 15th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Disney Photo Spotlight   |    4 Comments

Happy Monday everyone! With the exciting news of New Fantasyland soft opening this past weekend, hundreds (possibly thousands) of photos have hit the internet. A lot of what I have seen (and shot myself) are the stunning views of the wide vistas and landscapes that are part of this new and exciting land. But, we all know that one of the things Disney does to separate themselves from most of the other amusement companies out there is their attention to detail, even down to the smallest, most minuscule things. That said, here are some photos from the New Fantasyland that highlight just that, the small details. Enjoy!!

 

Hope you guys enjoyed those shots! They were all taken with the Olympus OM-D E-M5, the little camera that surprises me with its image quality every single time I use it. Thanks for looking, and have a great day!!

4 Comments

  1. Scott Thomas Photography   |   Oct 15, 2012

    Thank you for the photos, Cory. If I can not be there, I am glad you and others can be to show us what we have to look forward to.

    Amazing little camera. What lens or lenses are you using for these photos?

    • Cory Disbrow   |   Oct 15, 2012

      Thanks, Scott. For the shot of the bridge in the Little Mermaid queue with the water running through, I used the 14-42 kit lens, and for everything else, I used the Olympus 45mm f/1.4 prime.

      • Scott Thomas Photography   |   Oct 18, 2012

        Thanks, Cory. Now, can this camera be used for action and shows?

        • Cory Disbrow   |   Oct 23, 2012

          Sorry to see this so late, Scott. Everything here was taken with the Olympus 45mm f/1.8 lens with the exception of the shot of the bridge with the water running through it, which was taken with the Olympus 14-42mm kit lens.

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