Under the Sea Under Pink Sky

By Cory Disbrow on May 30th, 2013   |    Posted in:  Daily Disney Photo   |    2 Comments

Today’s photo is yet another from the Disney24 festivities, this time from New Fantasyland.


Alright, so maybe I went a little overboard with this one in the processing. The sky might not have been that pink or have that exact type of gradient. Regardless, the light was still exquisite, and seeing how this building is one of the harder ones to capture under even light, I’m pretty happy with how is came out. To get that pink color, I warmed up the white balance quite a bit, and then messed around with the ‘tint’ slider that is right underneath white balance in Camera RAW. 5 exposures proved again to be the right way to go for this shot, and all the processing was done within Camera RAW. No Photoshop, no Color Efex, nothing.

This shot was taken with the Canon EOS 5D Mark III and the Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM lens, both of which are available at Amazon. If you shop at Amazon, please click the links here in the article first, that way anything you buy will help support the site! Thanks for reading!


  1. Jeff   |   May 30, 2013

    Great photo! The castle is such a fun building to shoot with all the details. One question, when you say all processing was done in Camera RAW, does it give you the ability to merge the 5 exposures? Or did you first go into Photomatix to merge the images and then bring the resulting image into ACR? Thanks!

  2. Matt   |   May 30, 2013

    I love your photos but would like to see some before and after processing images.



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