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Finding Nemo singing in Disney's Animal Kingdom

Photographic Innoventions by Scott Thomas

Crush sings to Marlin in the Disney's Animal Kingdom production of Finding Nemo: The Musical, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
Crush sings to Marlin in Finding Nemo: The Musical.
Nikon D700/24-120VR, 1/200s, f/4, ISO 2000, EV -0.7, 82mm focal length, cropped.

The animated movie has been re-imagined as a musical and performed daily inside the Theater in the Wild at DinoLand U.S.A as Finding Nemo: The Musical. Using puppets to portray the characters, it takes many performers to bring to life such characters as Crush the Sea Turtle (seen above) and Bruce the Great White Shark. The lighting and staging are first rate and the musical score and songs will have you humming the rest of your day at Disney's Animal Kingdom.

A simply awesome Disney Pic of the Week for Finding Nemo. Right, Dude?

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Comments (2)

Doug:

Gnarly pic man!!

Scott replies: Totally!

Steve:

What a great picture. I love the shadows too. How much of the quality of this picture is attributed to your lens vs. your camera? In other words, could I use the same lens on my Nikon D5000 and come close to this quality?

Scott replies: Yes, using the same lens and settings, your camera would get the same quality. Remember to use spot metering on the brightly lit actors to get the right exposure.

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