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October 24, 2014

Flag Wavers of Sansepolcro Italy in Epcot

Photographic Innoventions by Scott Thomas

One never knows when a new photographic opportunity will present itself. At Walt Disney World, it could happen while talking with friends in one of Epcot's countries. This happened to me last week while in Italy. A fanfare of drums and trumpets was heard before a parade of colorful men came into the pavilion with large flags. I quickly surmised this was the new show Disney said was coming.

The four flag bearers and four musicians paraded up the stairs to the circular center stage of the pavilion. People were drawn around the stage and I quickly went to the stairs and sat down in front. The stage is elevated and getting low did a couple of things for me: it cleaned up the background as my field of view was over most spectators heads and gave a more dramatic angle to the entertainers.

Flag Wavers of Sansepolcro show at Epcot's Italy pavilion in World Showcase, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
Flag Wavers of Sansepolcro Show in Italy.
Nikon D700/24-120VR, 1/320s, f/10, ISO 200, EV 0, 24mm Focal Length.

Being an entirely new show, I did not know what to expect. I will say the costuming was excellent. The colors of the flags did not clash with the Italy pavilion colors in anyway. Making the performers and the flags stand out.

Flag Wavers of Sansepolcro show at Epcot's Italy pavilion in World Showcase, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
Flag Wavers of Sansepolcro Show in Italy.
Nikon D700/24-120VR, 1/320s, f/10, ISO 200, EV 0, 24mm Focal Length.

Again, not knowing what to expect, I found myself clicking at almost every move the performers made. This resulted in a lot of images I discarded later.

I used a fast shutter speed to freeze the action. The day was bright enough to still have a good Depth of Field aperture in the f/9 to f/10 range. Next time, I would like to try slower shutter speeds when the performers are standing still while waving the flags.

Flag Wavers of Sansepolcro show at Epcot's Italy pavilion in World Showcase, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
Flag Wavers of Sansepolcro Show in Italy.
Nikon D700/24-120VR, 1/320s, f/9, ISO 200, EV 0, 31mm Focal Length.

What this show does do, is a lot of repetition. Which means if you miss a move, a toss or a jump the first couple of times, be patient, as they will repeat it again in a few seconds. The move you see above was about the fourth or fifth jump in the routine.

Since I photographed this show, I found out the group is called Flag Wavers of Sansepolcro. If you click on the link, you will see more of my photos from the show and a video of an early performance. I suspect the show will evolve over the next few weeks but the video will give you a good idea of what to expect.

October 23, 2014

Donald Duck's a Party Animal

Light Meter by Lisa K. Berton

Move It! Shake It! Celebrate It! is a parade at Magic Kingdom filled with bright bold colors and a festive atmosphere. Donal Duck, the fine feathered member of the Fab Five donned his party hat and discoed to his heart's content.

Unfamiliar with the Fab Five? The unofficial group is comprised of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Goofy, and Donald Duck. They don't have a garage band but they entertain in a multitude of other ways.

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October 22, 2014

Neon Night Photography

Light Meter by Lisa K. Berton

Over the years, one of the most common questions asked of Scott, Barrie (you remember her), and me, is about night photography. Our reply always includes the need for a tripod or steady flat surface so that your camera is still. Why does it need to remain motionless? Because is in order for the digital sensor or film to record/absorb light in dark situations, the shutter must stay open longer than if it were daylight. If a camera moves during a long exposure, the shot will be soft or blurred. Even if you think you're holding still, so long as you're breathing, you're moving.

I ventured out late one night while vacationing in Miami and hit Ocean Drive on South Beach with my tripod and Canon EOS 30D and EF 17-40mm f4L USM. The neon highlighted hotels and restaurants are alluring and with fewer people taking up sidewalk space than earlier, I planted myself in several spots and got to work.

With my ISO set at 100 and aperture at f8, I let the camera's light meter select the shutter speed. After a few shots, I changed composition little by little, as you'll see.

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.8 seconds

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.5 seconds, f10

I changed to a slightly faster shutter speed on this last frame so the color would be more saturated and truer to what I saw with my very own eyes.

Looking for neon at Walt Disney World? Try Disney's Hollywood Studios for some night time shooting. They appear to have more of it than the other parks. Headed west? Disney's California Adventure is the place to capture neon glow.

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October 21, 2014

Disney Pic of the Week: The Fab Five

Photographic Innoventions by Scott Thomas

If you hang around any Disney fan, you will eventually hear the term: The Fab Five. No, a Fifth Beatle was not discovered. The Fab Five refers to the lovable Walt Disney created characters: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Donald Duck and Pluto. You usually only see them all together during live stage shows in the parks. However, at Chef Mickey's in the Contemporary Resort, each of the Fab Five will come visit you at your table. A little photo processing magic and you can put them all together.

The Fab Five hamming it up at Chef Mickey's in the Contemporary Resort, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
The Fab Five hamming it up at Chef Mickey's.
Nikon D700/24-120VR, 1/640s, f/13, ISO 400, EV -0.3, 24mm focal length.

Lisa will be here on Thursday to share her quacking good Disney Pic of the Week on the Fab Five.

October 19, 2014

Where in the World #354

Where in the World by Erin Blackwell

To all who come to this photo trivia game, Welcome! Along the way, the photos can make us relive memories and see details Walt's Imagineers put into everything we love in Walt Disney World!

A belated Happy Thanksgiving to all our Canadian Players! I hope you had a lovely holiday!
From Millan.Net

Mike and Susan Hill & Christopher Hall are in Disney World this week! That's two separate trips: the Hills and the Hall's. Wait, I just got that! Maybe you guys are traveling the Food & Wine Festival together. If you are, don't talk bad about me. And have a magical trip (separately or as a group)!
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Patti Mccaffrey, I'll be thinking of you on Tuesday. *hug*

Last week's challenge: number #353
Where in the World #353

And here's the answer:
Where in the World Photo Fun
Copyright © Erin Blackwell

We're at the Sommerfest entrance of Epcot's German Pavilion! But now I keep thinking of the Biergarten's buffet; haven't been there in awhile. And by the way:
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Dori's Friend Vicki: did you get me a cream puff? I could use a cream puff. Well, after my diet. Sigh...

Thanks for that, Jeff Blank. Now I have the Hogan's Heroes theme in my head.

Sarah And Chris, I completely forgot about that Full House episode! I definitely think you should be able to hold out your hand and have birds land, like you were Disney royalty!

The Murr Family was the first to send in the correct answer! Congratulations to The Murres and to all our winners this week! The Sands Family, Kristi Strembicki, Tim Johansen, Diane Tredore, Andrea Kruszewski, The Kertes Family, Jennifer Rowell, Betsy Silvestri, Andrew Carrieri, Linda Ranatza, Carol Ney, Mike Amor, Julia Wickware, Andy Hickey, Ed Elder, Sharon Pierce, Becky Norman, Christi Ison, The Gunnels Family, Ken Maikowski, Mike Haeberle, The Strukel Family, Kenny, Nan Amor, Deb Ragno, Eric Berger, Theresa Rucando, Jason Skow, Team Bonnie Sue, Melissa Such, The Tisdale Family, Janet T Thorn, Judy Simonsen, Kris Nixon, Lori Rienhardt, Grumpy's Groupies, Brian Mcwithey, Bob Patterson, The Parker Family, Linda Scrivano, Team Hill, Susie Howard, Robert Wescovich, Claire Gregory, John Bickers, Kye Layton, Sydney Von Schriltz, Lynette Michalos, Team Hill, Lyn Johnson, Timberly Aymond, Jamie Newell, Phyllis, Kate Nejman, Ellen Sullivan, Lori Elias, Amber Penske, The Koren Family, Walter Johnson, Elisabeth S, Molly Sawyer, Dawn Simpson, Ken Savage, Brian Miller, Karen Schlumpf, Tiffany Gibb, Rider Family, Kelly Van Eerden, Dave Freemyer, Carla C, Andra Truitt, Liz Moreau, Linda College, Beverly Carr, Brenda Mclean, Pat Schwier, Adam Lucas, Fiona Knigh, Tommy Montgomery, Christina Trigiani, Cheryl Chambers, Mike Haven, Cheryl Gattudo, Megan Krainski, Rachelle Desjardins, Steve Shadle, Maryann Eckenrode, Kathy Dockham, Tom Swan, Cindy Pink, Rebecca Emery, Bruce Hinterleitner, K Beasley, Al & Kerry Ganter, Tammy Rice, Andrew Eckert, Maryann Romagnano, Theresa Lucorri, Matt Wildey, Stefanie Vandiver, Paula Massarelli, Rebecca Smith, Maureen Handy, Leach Family, Morag Lemon, Chris Horne, Beth Mcmeekin, Ruben O'meara, Rex Biederman, Dawn Fiege, Eric Enli, The Long Family, Valerie Yoder, Maggie Klotz, The Double Family, Hobbes And Snorky, Rebecca Keenan, Jeremy Hardy, Eric Johnson, Timothy Gallany, Pete Dragstrem, Joseph M. Zafia, Tracy Davis, Stefanie Vest, Stefanie Vest, Evald Olson, Jim & Lorie Sonnen, Dawn Bach, Tracy Davis, Mary Ann Lamay, Rob Hepler, The Kahle Family, Jonathan Ward, Heather Capraun, Brian Gallant, Lisa Pinder, Herb Miller, Suzanne Denham, Suzanne Denham, Scott Precise, Vera And Izzy Williams, Chris Guilmett, Christine Dagney, Stefan Owens, Bethany & Dan Angermaier, Trina Noggle, Antoinette Leblanc, Peg Readinger, Lisa Bufo, Ken Jobin, Jen Peterson, Duskin Henard, Lisa Dreher, Jen Snook, Paul Dickson, Tanya Riggio, Mike O'brien, Demetrios Makres, Phil Vickers, Chris, Gretchen, And Katie Barnes, Elaine Kleinhenz, Anastasia Macneil, Larry Sprenkle, Diane Burke, Carolyn Como, Tracer Kascak, Cheryl Costello, Kyra C., Michele Mongeon, Chloe Mayhew, Karen Costa, Theresa Maradei, Gabriella, Terry And Matthieu, Nicole Benoit, Jessica Gruhlke, Gallagher Family, Lisa K., Lizzy & Dave Fullerton, Luis Rodriguez, Owen States, Anna Tietje, Cathy Welsh, The Foleys, Mary, Dee Dee Kenney, Paul Ignudo, Jr., Josh Carney, Blake Schmidt, Margie Bigelli, Dori's Friend Vicki, Jeremy Reichelt, Karen Spreitzer, Patrick Broaddus, Kate Fischer, Annie Niece, Mark Proper, Kristan Bertelmann, Christopher Hall, Carri Marotto, Chris Bauman, Karrie Duffey, Lee Anastasi, Scott Sangston, Al Sandal, Mildred Popp, Tammy Alweis Family, Smitty, Dave Carriere, Tricia Petty, Darrell Shortt, Vicki Britt, Lizanne Fisk, Tyler Otts, Jim Finley, Tricia Noble, Andreas Beer, The Patterson Family, Mary Jo Gallion, Karen Bellamy, Mickey Eckert, Kathleen Bast, Terry Fleming, Daniel Record, Ashley Collins, Matthew Frey, Ed Adams, Arlene Vicek, David Dunkle, Les Whitten, Laura Whitten, Sheryl Hicks, Lorine Landon, Melissa Hendrix, Emily Hudson, Ron Harper, Jairo Caso, Christine Kahle, Jeff Blank, Terry Blair, Virginia Pierce, Paul Scimeca, Gina Dounelis, Caitlin Lewis, Davida, Erin Loring, Dennis Loring, Matt Holley, Jennifer Mercier, Diana Grady, Curtis Bille, Patti Mccaffrey, Mary Beth Tarbet, Jo Ann Bailey, Rob Blundin, Heidi Goodhue, Elise, Doug Olson Family, Jackie Graebel, Les Stewart, Jane Johnson, David Ballard, Carol Collins, Kyle Burdo, Thomas Higbee, Kevin Jones, Jamie Steiner, Hillary Waldroop, Trish Babler, Sherry Trapp, Ken Rhinehart, Alan Mize, Barclay Bakkum, Lindsay Coram, Michael & Jackie Mclucas, Jackie Klafeta, Kelly Smith, Wendy Palmquist, Heidi Goodhue, Erin Rix, Robert Hildebrandt, Deborah Wolfe, Sarah And Chris, Danielle Harsley And Agnes Ciotti, Caroline Burmester, Maja Kodani, Stacy Guarracino, Carol Bertolo-gamill, Marcie Soderlund, Dan And Elizabeth Johnston, Sandie Albrecht, Tanya Keene, Shannon Murray, Heather Pedulla, and Robert P. Flaherty!
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Challenge #354 Where in the world is this?

We're getting tougher this week! I think it's tougher.
Where in the World #354

Do you know? Do you have a guess? Please send in your answer, before the end of the day on Thursday, October 23rd, by clicking on the blue box below. Please do not post answers using the Feedback Form link at the bottom of this post.

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October 17, 2014

Relaxing on Castaway Cay

Photographic Innoventions by Scott Thomas

Mickey Mouse relaxing on Disney's Castaway Cay, Bahamas, Disney Dream, Disney Cruise Line

Mickey Mouse relaxing on Disney's Castaway Cay.

After last week's happy occasion, Scott decided for a little relaxation and even more relaxation aboard the Disney Dream with a stop at Disney's Castaway Cay Caribbean island paradise. You can follow him on his Twitter feed at Scottwdw where he will be posting photos and other information during his trip.

Remember, photos of t-shirts, signs, beach towels and other design items make excellent title images for vacation slide shows and scrap books. Oh, and for blogs, too!

October 16, 2014

Jungle Cruise Skipper at the Magic Kingdom

Photographic Innoventions by Scott Thomas

Skipper of a Jungle Cruise boat at the Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
Skipper of a Jungle Cruise boat waves goodbye to a departing crew.
Nikon D700/Sigma 15mm Fisheye, 1/200s, f/7.1, ISO 200, EV -0.3.

UPDATE: I seemed to have caused a stir with this post title. First, I only write about and share photography from Disney themeparks in this space. I do not report news from the Disney Company. Second, the Jungle Cruise Skippers are NOT going away. The title comes from my boat waving goodbye to the skipper you see in the photo. I think people saw the title and JUMPED to conclusions. So, I have changed the title which was, "Goodbye Jungle Cruise Skipper at the Magic Kingdom".

Skippers of the Jungle Cruise in either the Magic Kingdom or Disneyland have one wry sense of humor. They have to pilot all of us guests around and around the great rivers of the world and be funny each and every time. My Mickey Mouse Ears hat off to them all.

Now, let's everyone turn around and wave good-bye to those people on the dock we've left behind. (In low voice) Come on folks... pretend like you're having a good time. - Jungle Cruise Skipper

A fun Fisheyeed photo for the Disney Pic of the Week about the Jungle Cruise.

October 15, 2014

What Do You Do at Walt Disney World? Results

Light Meter by Lisa K. Berton

The winner of last week's caption contest is Kay Moss with her submission, Let it go, let it go.......(humming). Kay has won a Minnie Mouse pin. Congratulations!

Now, onto the blog.

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A few months ago I set up an online survey to gain access to your Disney gift cards but no one had a balance. Since that plan backfired, I'll share with you the actual survey results. Keep reading and you'll see why I asked.

The top 100 answers are...

Question 1. What's your typical admission ticket?

Annual Pass: 40
Single Park Per Day: 13
Park Hopper: 47


Question 2. How many hours do you typically spend in a park each day?

Two to Four Hours: 2
Four to Six Hours: 10
Six to Eight Hours: 32
Eight to Ten Hours: 32
Ten to Twelve Hours: 24


Question 3. How many stage shows do you watch per day?

None: 17
One: 52
Two: 29
Three: 1
Four: 1


Question 4. How many attractions do you ride in a typical day?

Three or Fewer: 6
Four to Six: 21
Seven to Nine: 40
Ten to Twelve: 19
Thirteen or More: 14


Question 5. Do you stop and watch the parade?

Yes: 65
No: 34


Question 6. Do you watch street-style performances such as World Showcase Players, Jammitors, and Dapper Dans?

Yes: 47
No: 1
Sometimes: 51


Question 7. How many street-style performances do you watch per day, typically?

None: 6
One or Two: 87
Three or Four: 7
Five or More: 0


Question 8. How much time do you spend each day, eating meals in the park?

One Hour: 31
Two Hours: 59
Three Hours or More: 10

When I take the most common answers and apply dollars and cents, you get a real good look at how much you're paying to visit The Most Magical Place on Earth. Let's say you're spending 4 days skipping from park-to-park.

A 4-Day Hopper currently costs $377.01 for ages 10 and up.. That's $94.25 per day.

You spend a total of 8 hours inside the park(s). You're paying $11.78 per hour. However, 2 of those hours are used eating meals. Now you've got 6 hours to play, which changes your finances to $15.71 per hour.

In a typical day, you watch 1 stage show, ride 7-9 rides, so we'll gauge it at 8 rides per day. You watch the fireworks, the parade, and 2 street-style performances. Let's add those up and you get 13. You're doing 2.2 attractions/shows per hour. That comes out to $7.14 per attraction/show/parade.

Not too bad unless you consider that you spent 20 minutes waiting to ride Peter Pan's Flight, a 2 minute and 45 second journey and waited 10 minutes for Mickey’s PhilharMagic, a 12 minute show. Where did the other 15 minutes go? A stop at the restroom and a quick call to check in with your parents adds up. Don't multitask and perform both at the same time. Aaawkaaaard.

How do you get more bang for your Disney Dollar? Well, if you can stay in the park longer, you'll ride more rides, hopefully. Packing lunch will trim off time spent in line ordering and waiting for food. Conquer one land at a time instead of cross-crossing the park and wearing out your tootsies.

If you remove the Hopper option from your 4-day ticket, you'll pay less per attraction. Let's re-calculate so I can show my brother I solved a math problem...sort of.

A 4-day ticket currently costs $313.11 for ages 10 and up.. That's $78.28 per day.

You spend a total of 8 hours inside the park(s). You're paying $9.78 per hour. However, 2 of those hours are used eating meals. Now you've got 6 hours to play, which changes your finances to $13.05 per hour.

In a typical day, you watch 1 stage show, ride 7-9 rides, so we'll gauge it at 8 rides per day. You watch the fireworks, the parade, and 2 street-style performances. Let's add those up and you get 13. You're doing 2.2 attractions/shows per hour. That comes out to $5.93 per attraction/show/parade.

A total savings of $63.90 or $15.97 per day or $2.66 per hour or $1.21 per attraction. When Walt Disney World opened in 1971, a one-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom cost $3.50. You can't even get on a single ride for that price now. That's a 28.2% price increase.

For comparison, a loaf of bread in 1971 was 25¢. A 28.2% increase would mean bread is now $7.05, and thankfully it's not. The average income in 1971 was $6,497.08. A 28.2% increase would pay out at $183,217.66 in 2014. Yeah, I don't make that much money.


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October 14, 2014

Disney Pic of the Week - Jungle Cruise

Light Meter by Lisa K. Berton

I love the Jungle Cruise at Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World and I looooove the Jungle Cruise at Disneyland. Why the difference in my level of affection? In my personal and vast experience, west coast skippers are funnier for the entire ride whereas east coast skippers either excel or fail inside the cave. And no, there's no cave at Disneyland's Jungle Cruise. Both parks house the attraction in Adventureland

You say you've never sailed Jungle Cruise? If you like boats, you should go. If you like animatronics, you should go. If you like water, you should go. If you thrive on dry humor, get your tuchas down to the dock and I'll meet you there.

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Speaking of the Jungle Cruise, check out this video of the English version at Hong Kong Disneyland:

Come back on Thursday for Scott's photo, presumably, also of the Jungle Cruise.

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October 12, 2014

Where in the World #353

Where in the World by Erin Blackwell

To all who come to this photo trivia game, Welcome! Along the way, the photos can make us relive memories and see details Walt's Imagineers put into everything we love in Walt Disney World!

Chris Kelly and his family are down in Walt Disney World! He promised to bring something back for everyone!
From Millan.Net

Ken Savage, Judy Simonsen and Wendy Barney, thank you for your note! I'm so glad you enjoy the game. :)

Last week's challenge: number #352
Where in the World #352

And here's the answer:
Where in the World Photo Fun
Copyright © Erin Blackwell

The Festival of the Lion King in Harambe, Disney's Animal King! This is one of the times I thought, “Hey, my picture came out pretty good!” So I used it. Far different from the blog posts by the All Ears photographers. LOL

Chloe Mayhew, it's the new set. :)

Carol Bertolo-gamill said, “sigh, i miss home!!” Me too, Carol. This helped though:
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Everyone got this right!

Kristi Strembicki was the first to send in the correct answer! Congratulations to Kristi and to all our winners this week! 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Challenge #353 Where in the world is this?

We're moving on!
Where in the World #353

Do you know? Do you have a guess? Please send in your answer, before the end of the day on Thursday, October 16th, by clicking on the blue box below. Please do not post answers using the Feedback Form link at the bottom of this post.

See you next week, Players!

Click Here to Submit Your Answer
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