Today I’ve got another shot that need revisiting. What I’ve always liked about this shot is how the Torri Gate separates the golden sunlight from the deep blue of dusk. The previous edit was once again overdone and had a lot of issues with gradient transitions and color on the edges. This time I left it darker and made sure all the color transitions were clean.
Another older shot I’ve redone today. Edited darker, and overall, just cleaner, especially in the color transitions and sky. Now for the big question, which iteration of Tomorrowland do you prefer? The neon-soaked version shown here or the new updated retro-future version.
This shot is an older one I took back in October 2013. They would cycle the castle through many color schemes, and I just so happened to take a shot of my least favorite color cycle, orange. My original edit was very bright, and honestly, I’m pretty embarrassed by it now. Since I haven’t been back to Disney in a while, I’ve been going through and bringing some older shots to modern standards. Here’s what I came up with on this one. I significantly dialed back the orange color here to make it more subtle and not so overwhelming.
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Being tall occasionally has some photography related advantages. Dok Ondar is surrounded by the lattice fencing which makes getting a perfectly clear shot with a big lens a bit of a challenge. Fortunately standing on my toes and stretching my arms gets my camera 7+ feet in the air to take this shot.