Entries from Picture This! tagged with 'big thunder mountain railroad'

Frontierland Reflections in the Magic Kingdom

After an early breakfast at the Crystal Palace, the Magic Kingdom had not officially opened and was very quiet. The Rivers of America was still enough to become a reflective surface. Like any photographer, I took full advantage. First...

Disney PIc of the Week: Magic Kingdom Landscape

For the next few weeks, Deb and I will be sharing our landscape photography from Walt Disney World. The definition of Landscape Photography is showing spaces within the world, sometimes vast and unending, but other times microscopic. That's pretty...

Editing Big Thunder Mountain Railroad in the Magic Kingdom

This week I am going to take you through a challenging photo edit using Adobe Lightroom CC. Here is the before image I took while riding Big Thunder Mountain Railroad in the Magic Kingdom. Riding Big Thunder Mountain Railroad...

Disney Pic of the Week: Train

My selection for Pic of the Week trains is none other than the wildest ride in the west! That about wraps up our month of transportation photos. Next up, Disney's Hollywood Studios!...

Photographing While Riding at Walt Disney World

One of the hot topics I get asked about a lot is photographing while on a ride at Disney themeparks. There is an easy way and a harder way which I will be talking about and giving examples. First,...

Recording Details in the Magic Kingdom

The Magic Kingdom is full of details and I had fun looking for and photographing on a recent trip. Let's start with the Pirates Bazaar which is the shop you enter after sailing through Pirates of the Caribbean. This...

Family Photography at Walt Disney World

On all my trips to Walt Disney World, my family is with me. They put up with my constant clicking of my camera shutters, are very patient when I bring the tripod to the parks and very supportive of...

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Rock Formations

Imagineered rock formations on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.Nikon D700/28-300VR, 1/160s, f/8, ISO 200, EV 0, 105mm focal length. After leaving Disneyland, Scott is now in the American Southwest photographing colorful rock formations like those seen around the Big Thunder...

How to Create Travel Magazine Photos at Walt Disney World

When you use Auto mode with a digital SLR camera, the programing in the camera will do its best to give you a "good" exposure. Even in Program mode if you do not understand how to use it, the...

Making Lens Flare Work for You

Tell me something, have you ever had sun streaks in your pictures? Did the person or thing you aimed at turn out dark? There's a way to successfully incorporate lens flare and keep your subject recognizable. No, I'm not...

Big Mountain in the Magic Kingdom

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad takes you over and through a mountain.Nikon D700/28-300VR, 1/125s, f/16, ISO 320, EV 0, 28mm focal length. The wonderful thing about Disney mountains is that while you can not climb them you are invited to...

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Au Natural

It's funny how you can totally miss the effort put into themed landscaping because it looks just right. A beach resort with hammocks and...beaches. Yeah, that works, as does a labyrinth in merry olde England. Disney put that same...

Panning for Gold

The technique of panning to convey a sense of motion is one that takes practice. Instead of worrying about depth of field as you would for a landscape or a portrait, slow shutter speeds and steady hands are what...

Wide World of Disney

A wide angle lens for a digital SLR camera is usually considered a lens of focal length 24mm lens or less (for full frame SLR it's about 1.5 times more or 35mm). Wide angle lenses can take in a...

Nikon's Composite Function

Taking photos is fun but it's exhilirating when you're trying to capture all the excitement you're feeling while traveling 25 mph on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Armed once again with the Nikon Coolpix 7600 point and shoot camera, I...

Photographic Innoventions: In the Moment

Joe McNally is a photographer to be admired. He's been published all over the world and in such publications as National Geographic, Time, and Sports Illustrated to name a few. In over 30 years as a pro photographer, Joe McNally...

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