Entries from Picture This! tagged with 'pangani forest exploration trail'

Photographing Animals at Disney's Animal Kingdom

Nile Hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius) in the water on the Kilimanjaro Safari.Nikon D750/28-300VR, 1/500s, f/5.6, ISO 1800, EV +0.3, 300mm Focal Length. In researching for this week's blog, I discovered I had written a lot about photographing animals at Disney's...

Is it Real or a Pangani Forest Exploration Trail Prop?

We've come to expect well-detailed attractions, resorts, restaurants, and even restrooms from Disney. Let's face it, we're spoiled and we have high expectations. But every once in a while, don't you just stop and look at something and ask...

Disney Pic of the Week: Pangani Forest Exploration Trail

The Pangani Forest Exploration Trail is not just about the popular Gorillas. There are animals to discover from the small naked mole rats to the birdlife in the aviary portion of the trail. Here you will find a variety...

Trekking through Disney's Animal Kingdom

I have written about and shared many photographs from Disney's Animal Kingdom attractions: Kilimanjaro Safari and Pangani Forest Exploration Trail. Both can be found by visiting the village of Harambe in Africa. I have even taken you on the...

How to Photograph at a Busy Disney Park

I came upon an article called How to Photograph Busy Tourist Sites by Kav Dadfar on the Digital Photography School website a few weeks ago. All the tips sounded a lot like the ones Lisa and I have talked...

An African Day in Disney's Animal Kingdom

I spent a most of a day in Disney's Animal Kingdom Africa on my last trip. Thought I would share a few photos with you. Notice the camera data which will tell you how I was able to photograph...

Disney Pic of the Week: Animals

There are all kinds of animals in Disney themeparks. Some are real like in Disney's Animal Kingdom and some are not real like the entertaining audio-animatronic animals found on the Jungle Cruise in the Magic Kingdom. Guests can even...

Alpha Male Gorilla

The Alpha Male Gorilla as seen from the Pangani Forest Exploration Trail.Nikon D70/80-200D, 1/60s, f/5.6, 400 ISO, +0.3 EV, 200mm Focal Length After disembarking from your Kilimanjaro Safari, I recommend taking the Pangani Forest Exploration Trail back to the...

Photographic Innoventions: Dialing in Digital Exposure

Negative Exposure Compensation of -0.3 EV.© Scott Thomas Photography 2007Nikon D70/18-200VR, 1/125s, f5.6, 200 ISO Positive Exposure Compensation of +0.3 EV.© Scott Thomas Photography 2007Nikon D70/18-200VR, 1/50s, f5.6, 200 ISO Exposure Compensation allows you to adjust the exposure measured...

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