Matthew Cooper Photography | Pluto’s Palace
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Plutos Palace

Pluto’s Palace

One night a couple hours before Hollywood Studios closed I wasn’t really in the mood for rides. I really just wanted to do some shooting but of course that can be problematic if you want people free shots. I ended up wandering around the park for a few hours shooting different angles where I could get people free shots even though they were everywhere. I’m really glad I did as I ended up with a bunch of shots I probably would have never taken otherwise like this one of Pluto’s Palace.

Shooting & Editing Pluto’s Palace

This was shot with the Nikon D810 and Nikon 70-200 2.8. For this shot I was standing near the time board shooting with the 70-200 at 185mm. Editing was very very simple on this shot as I only had 7 layers in the final PSD. One of those was an underexposure I used to tighten up the highlights of the neon and 2 were sharpening layers. Otherwise I did color balance, added Nik Color Efex Pro Contrast, did a single levels adjustment and bumped the vibrance a bit. Really simple but I’m quite happy with the end result.

Matthew Cooper