Entries from Picture This! tagged with 'leading lines'

Disney Pic of the Week: Disney's Hollywood Studios Landscape

Of all the parks at Walt Disney World, Disney's Hollywood Studios is the hardest to find a location for landscape photography. Now, if you want to consider cityscapes an off shoot of landscape photography then this photo of Sunset...

Leading Lines at Disney's Hollywood Studios

When the talk leans towards leading at Disney's Hollywood Studies, it is usually about leading men or women. Today, however, it is about leading lines. Photographers use leading lines to give a photo depth and/or to "lead" a viewer's...

Sleeping with the Lion King at Walt Disney World

I know I go on and on about photographing details while at Walt Disney World. Even the resorts are full of such details. Some are subtle. Some are not. While staying in the Lion King area of Disney's Art...

Looking Up at Spaceship Earth

This week we visit Epcot and its "castle", Spaceship Earth. You will often hear Walt Disney World fans say to Look Up when walking around the parks. I took the saying to heart when I walked up to one...

Main Street Station Leading Lines

It sits high above the Mickey Mouse floral display at the entrance to Magic Kingdom in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Characters welcome guests upon park opening while singers and dancers perform. The place? Walt Disney World Railroad Main Street...

Saratoga Springs Leading Lines

There are a variety of factors that go into a well-composed photograph. Today we'll look at leading lines in the form of a walkway. A leading line takes the person viewing the photograph from one point to another even...

Woosh!

Copyright © 2007 Barrie Brewer, Nikon D50, 18-200VR lens, 1/200 sec, f/7.1 Generally, leading lines are designed to lead your viewer into your image. But sometimes, you just have to break the rules. This photo of the Mission Space...

Lead on, I Follow

Happy New Year! Happy New Year! Happy, Happy New Year to you! For those of you familiar with Disneyland, sing that to the tune played during My Disneyland Birthday Party at Plaza Inn. You'll be singing it all day...

Disney Pic of the Week: Leading Lines

Lines in photography are used to lead the eye to the point of interest and prevent the eye from wandering. Lines can put emphasis on distance or illustrate a relationship to foreground and background elements. Lines can be straight....

Advanced Composition

Before taking a closer look at the photo below. I would like you to review a couple of past Picture This! articles. The first is Barrie talking about Leading Lines. Isn't that a great photo? The second article is...

Focus on Disney World - Leading Lines

Copyright © 2007 Barrie Brewer, Nikon D50/18-200VR, 9.3s shutter, f8 One way to make the main subject of your photograph stand out is to compose your shot with leading lines. Leading lines are lines in a photograph used to...

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