Matthew Cooper Photography | Mission Moon Space
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Mission Moon Space

Mission Moon Space

Mission Space has been one of those pavilions that I never really had a lot of pics of. I just never wound up on that side of the park around close and by the time I made it around there it was roped off. With that in mind I decided to dedicate some time during an EMH night to getting some pics of Mission Space. I actually wound up spending about an hour shooting all around Mission Space from various angles getting a bunch of different shots. It’s safe to say I have a good mix of shots of this pavilion now. It’s always nice to be able to fill in some of the gaps in my Walt Disney World photo coverage.

Shooting & Editing Mission Moon Space

This was shot with the Nikon D810 and Nikon 70-200 2.8. The moon was very well positioned over the pavilion and nearly full so I knew this would be a perfect time for shooting Mission Space. I always love being able to include elements such as stars or moons with Mission Space since they fit so well thematically. For this shot I stood quite a ways back and zoomed in on the pavilion. This helped make the moon appear a bit larger in the frame and also compressed the elements in the frame in a way I felt was interesting architecturally.

Matthew Cooper
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