I’ve done a similar shot before but I didn’t include as much of the pathway through the castle and I was little further up. Perhaps most of all this was shot during the Kiss Goodnight which is the only time I know to get such deep color on Cinderella Castle with the twinkly lights. Toss in some stars in the sky and I think it adds up to my best version of this shot yet. To get this shot I was pressed all the way up against the wall to the stage. I used my widest lens the Nikon 14-24 2.8 in a vertical position obviously. Since I last tried this shot I switched to a Really Right Stuff ballhead and L-plate. Using the L-plate really helps with vertical shots like this. On my old setup I used to get slippage so I could only shoot short periods without messing up the shot. The RRS setup has really allowed me to take way more vertical shots without having to worry about this.
Entry to the Kingdom
By Matthew Cooper| 2016-05-23T09:15:17+00:00 May 23rd, 2016|Categories: Photography|Tags: cinderella castle, disney, disney world, disney world photography, disney world photography tips, disney world professional photography, kiss goodnight, magic kingdom, Nikon 14-24 2.8, Nikon D810, walt disneey world|1 Comment