Entries from Picture This! tagged with 'stage'

Disney Pic of the Week: Princess Anna

Princess Anna during the For the First Time in Forever: Frozen Sing-Along Celebration stage show.Nikon D700/28-300VR, 1/200s, f/8, ISO 200, EV +0.3, 120mm Focal Length. I feel Princess Anna was the real Disney heroine of Frozen and really enjoyed...

Photographing the Festival of the Lion King Singers on Stage

The Festival of the Lion King Live Stage Show in the Harambe Theatre at Disney's Animal Kingdom does allow flash photography. I tried a different approach on my last viewing of the show. I put my camera in Manual...

Disney Pic of the Week: Yesterland Disney's Animal Kingdom

When it comes to Disney's Animal Kingdom, there is only one Yesterland photo that comes to mind. While Finding Nemo - The Musical is an excellent and colorful stage show. I still miss Tarzan Rocks!. Its mix of part...

Festival of the Lion King Finale in Disney's Animal Kingdom

The Harambe Theatre is the new home of the Festival of the Lion King. It looks like the old theater. Maybe they dismantled it and re-constructed it? It could be a little bigger seating wise. No doubt all the...

Disney Pic of the Week: Toy Story

When Walt Disney Studios teamed up with Pixar to bring us the Toy Story movies, the technological innovation changed the industry. Yet, it was the story and the characters in the story which made the movies so well liked....

Disney Pic of the Week: Finding Nemo - The Musical

It was just last June when Finding Nemo - The Musical was featured as the Picture This! Disney Pic of the Week. It is such a fun show, we are going it again. That okay with you, Dude? Dory...

Disney Pic of the Week: Beauty and the Beast, Live on Stage

Beauty and the Beast, Live On Stage is presented several times a day in the 1,500-seat Theater of the Stars on Sunset Boulevard in Disney's Hollywood Studios. Like the movie, this live stage show mini-version is still my favorite...

Disney Pic of the Week: Festival of the Lion King

The inside of the new home of the Festival of the Lion King live stage show in the Harambe Theatre is an exact replica of the old one. The lighting and staging are pretty much the same. In other...

Disney Pic of the Week: Frozen Sing-Along

Disney was caught off guard by the popularity of the animated musical, Frozen. It took time to develop something quickly for the parks but still of high quality. Last summer, the stage show For the First Time in Forever:...

Disney Pic of the Week: Frozen

The animated musical, Frozen, took the world by storm and surprised Disney by its success. It did not take long for Disney to catch up in merchandising, a Sing-Along version in Blu-Ray and DVD released recently and bringing the...

Great Photography with Mr. Lincoln at Disneyland

One of the highlights of my visit to Disneyland in Anaheim, California last year was attending the Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln show. A few years ago, the audio-animatronic figure of the 16th President of the United States went...

Disney Pic of the Week: Closed Attractions

Disneyland is something that will never be finished. It's something that I can keep developing. It will be a live, breathing thing that will need change. -- Walt Disney Such is the premise on which Walt Disney World was...

My Laugh Affair with Billy Hill and the Hillbillies

I fell in love with Disneyland during my 4 year residence in Ocean County. Each time I walked through the tunnel I discovered something new and wonderful. At some point, a friend took me to the Golden Horseshoe to...

Disney Pic of the Week: Frontierland Entertainment

While wandering around Disneyland's Frontierland, I heard music and laughter coming from the Golden Horseshoe Saloon. Upon entering, I saw the place full of guests and a troop calling themselves the Laughing Stock Co. doing a show. Well, I...

Disney Pic of the Week - Disney Cruise Line

Disney Cruise Line currently has a fleet of four ships: Wonder, Dream, Magic, and Fantasy. Sailings depart from Los Angeles, CA, Galveston, TX, Miami, FL, Port Canaveral, FL, Vancouver, British Columbia, and Barcelona, Spain. Cruises are designed to entertain...

Disney Pic of the Week - Festival of the Lion King

Elephant, warthog, giraffe, and lion impersonators gather and sit on football stadium-like seating inside a theater. Center stage fills with acrobatic monkeys, soaring birds, stilt walkers, Timon, and a "family" of talented singers. This is, Festival of the Lion...

Rockin' Around Epcot's World Showcase

Epcot's World Showcase features live musical entertainment daily and seasonally. Canada, Japan, Morocco and the United Kingdom have permanent stages while Mexico and the American Adventure have roving musicians. Today I am showing you the Rockin' part of World...

Flights of Wonder Photo Op

Back in August, we featured a Disney Pic of the Week theme called Lucky Shot. I received an email from a regular reader and commenter Steve Knapp about his unlucky shot. Here is his story. I tried posting a...

Disney Pic of the Week: Beauty and the Beast

My favorite Disney animated film is Beauty and the Beast. The combination of story, characters, music, songs and some of the best mix of hand drawn and computer assisted animation still has it as the only animated film to...

Walt Disney Theatre on the Disney Dream

The Walt Disney Theatre entrance foyer.Nikon D70/28-300VR, 1/60s, f/3.5, ISO 450, EV -0.3, 28mm focal length The Walt Disney Theatre accommodates 1,340 guests and is located at the forward end of Deck 3 with balcony seating accessible from Deck...

Photographing the American Idol Experience

There are lots of concerts held at Walt Disney World each day so knowing how to photograph one is a good skill to have. To show you how I do it, I selected the new American Idol Experience at...

Photographing Disney Live Shows

Timing is everything. To the performers in the various Disney live shows, everything must be rehearsed and the timing of each minute has to be perfected. For us guests, who may have never seen a show like Dream Along...

Photographic Innoventions: Online Photo Editing

Running applications on the Internet has come a long way since portals like Yahoo and Google introduced Online Email. Now you can run spreadsheets and word processors as well as figure out when you can call for your Advanced Dining...

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