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Low Approach to Sleeping Beauty Castle

by Matthew Cooper
Low Approach to Sleeping Beauty Castle

I’ve been really slacking with my editing lately. I’m just having a hard time getting motivated to edit even though I still have tons of great shots to process from my Disneyland trip. Anyway, today I have a low shot of Sleeping Beauty Castle for you guys. Sleeping Beauty Castle offers some interesting challenges compared to Cinderella Castle. To process the pinks for the top half of the castle you have to white balance separately from the rest of the photo. Additionally, the highlights are very hot, so you have to be careful to not blow them out too much. Add into that the vapor colored sky of Anaheim and it’s quite a process to get to the final presentable image.

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