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Read and see photos from my adventures to Disney World and beyond!

Spaceship Earth Nights

Today's photo makes use of my stars technique I shared yesterday. Although I haven't posted anything new in a while I have been doing a bit of editing. One of the things I've particularly been focusing on lately are the highlights in my photos. I'm...

Making Stars POP

I am asked Photoshop questions pertaining to editing my Disney photos all the time. No question has been asked more than how do I do the stars in my photos. Some have even suggested I fake them. *hint* – I don’t. I’ve always kept that...

Blue Sky Spaceship Earth

Blue Sky Spaceship Earth

I took this shot as I was heading to the front of the park to begin shooting towards the back for sunset. The nice blue gradient in the sky and the clouds helped add some interest and the bit of golden color starting to reflect...

One Day It Will All Be Yours

One Day It Will All Be Yours

This is a pretty standard Partners/Cinderella Castle shot with the new(ish) color scheme on the castle. Once again, I went as high as I could with my tripod on the edge of the planter to make the shot feel like your floating slightly above the...

Quiet Night in Hollywood Studios

Quiet Night in Hollywood Studios

As I'm slowly getting back into the swing of editing some new photos I wanted to pick something easy to start. This particular shot isn't too challenging with the only real problem being the few neon signs. It's nothing a bracketed set of photos, luminosity...

Purple Fantasy

Purple Fantasy

This shot is similar to some others I've done but I have a little bit different framing here. I used the two spires on the left to frame Cinderella Castle which I think looks really cool. I also opted to use the Nikon 35 1.4...