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August 16, 2017

Disney Pic of the Week: Animal Kingdom Landscape

Deb's Digest Blog

For Animal Kingdom I had to look back into my archives. These days it is difficult to get a panoramic or landscape photo without people in it.

Here is one I found from Camp Minnie-Mickey where Pocahontas and her Forest Friends performed several times a day. I needed the panoramic feature to get the entire stage area.


November 30, 2016

Disney Pic of the Week: Holiday Landscape/Plants/Arrangements

Deb's Digest Blog

When I saw this topic on our list for Photo of the Week I knew exactly what I was going to hunt for in my archives! One of my favorite things, now in yesterland, were the themed trees in Camp Minnie-Mickey in Animal Kingdom.

Oh, there was Donald and his nephews, Goofy, Finding Nemo, Festival of the Lion King, Pocahontas, Pooh, Minnie, Stitch and many more. (Scroll past the photo for a video).

Here is the top of Minnie's Tree:


I took this video back in 2012 - see if you can guess who all the trees belong to!

October 3, 2013

Ranger Donald Duck at Camp Minnie-Mickey

Photographic Innoventions by Scott Thomas

Ranger Donald Duck posing with guests at Camp Minnie-Mickey in Disney's Animal Kingdom, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
Ranger Donald Duck posing with guests at Camp Minnie-Mickey.
Nikon D70/18-200VR, 1/100s, f/4.2, ISO 400, EV 0, 29mm focal length.

The Character Greeting Trails at Camp Minnie-Mickey in Disney's Animal Kingdom often has characters not seen in the other parks or uniquely themed costumes for one of the FAB Five.

My wife and daughter had their picture taken with Ranger Donald Duck a few years ago. Don't they make a great Disney Pic of the Week on Camp Minnie-Mickey?

March 24, 2013

Where in the World #273

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!

Annie Snodgrass and Paul Moore: you're back! From Millan.Net

Frank & Sharon say hello from Disney's Soaring flower show! Hi! From Millan.Net Are you still there?

We have a lot of people going through post-Disney vacation blues:Amanda, Dave Carriere, and Steve Jordan. Hold on, I'll get the Disney bear to hug. Claire Gregory has it from last week. Claire, I need the Disney bear back. Claire, the bear? From Millan.Net Claire? Okay... maybe you guys could hug Claire?

On the other hand, Claire Gregory: thank you so much for your phenomenal note! You too, Judy Simonsen and Tina Horlick. It means so much!

Hey, Clinton Dickinson, of course there's room for you in the van. You called shotgun! Don't worry, everyone: Janet Thorn and Stephanie Dollar are driving too! Hop in!

Good for you, Gail H and your husband! Best of luck on the the Expedition Everest Challenge!

Here's last week's Challenge:
 Where in the World #272

And here's the answer:
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Scott Mcbride's got this. Scott?

"The tumble monkeys in Festival of Lion King at Animal Kingdom...when they fall into a seated position when Timon yells, "I WANT QUIET!"

And as so many pointed out, they then pick bugs off groom each other. :)

Debbie Poole had a wonderful story about this cast: I'd like to share it. "One of these wonderful primates took a liking to my wheelchair-using mom during the show. He always remembered her during each of our visits and would throw bugs to her, "sit" on her lap (he would balance on her wheelchair) and tried to teach her the hand jive (she never did get the hand of it). We understand that particular Tumble Monkey has moved on, but she loved every minute of the special attention he paid to her."

This person is the kind who Walt pictured when he said Cast Member.

Deb Ragno and Angel Diven said their husbands were picked to play the warthog in the show. You guys tell me these to make me jealous, don't you? ;)

I know a lot of us are worried we will lose this wonderful show with the new construction. But! Signs point to them saving it and it will supposedly move over to Africa. So, maybe a little less bitter party of two, Jason & Melinda Lenz? :) (That made me laugh!)

So.... a few of you got this right. :-)

Andrew Carrieri was the first to send in the correct answer! Congratulations to Andrew and all our winners this week! 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Challenge #273: Where in the world is this?

So! Orange Bird said "Let's get harder next week!" You know what that means, Players! A DOUBLE CHALLENGE WEEK!

Here's the real touch challenge:
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Now the regular challenge: #273. Back in the cars, everyone! Remember Stephanie has that big car seat; someone short can fit in there. And what do you say? Shoot over to the Marketplace first for sundaes at Ghirardelli's? And then back to the parks!

 Where in the World #273

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October 18, 2012

Finale of the Festival of the Lion King

Photographic Innoventions by Scott Thomas

Festival of the Lion King finale in Disney's Animal Kingdom, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
Festival of the Lion King finale in Disney's Animal Kingdom.
Nikon D700/28-300VR, 1/125s, f/5.6, ISO 1600, EV -0.3, 28mm focal length.

The Festival of the Lion King takes you through a journey featuring the music from the animated movie. The finale is a crescendo of song, movement and colors which captivate audience members of all ages and is my Disney Pic of the Week for Festival of the Lion King.

May 28, 2010

Flash Monkey

Photographic Innoventions by Scott Thomas

The Festival of the Lion King in Disney's Animal Kingdom has a unique rule which both surprised and pleased me when I first heard it: Flash photography is allowed during the entire performance. The problem though is most Point & Shoot camera's flash are not very strong. Even when I use my Nikon SB-600 Speedlight Flash, I need to up its power to +2 and sit in the first 10 rows or the flash is not effective.

That is the flash setting I used for the photo of the Tumble Monkey performer you see below. I had to be aware of a couple of issues when increasing the flash setting. It takes longer for the flash to recycle after firing and its batteries drain faster.

A Tumble Monkey performer during Festival of the Lion King live show in Disney's Animal Kingdom, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
A Tumble Monkey performer during Festival of the Lion King live show.
Nikon D70/18-200VR, 1/60s, f/5.6, ISO 1400, EV +0.3, 200mm focal length, Flash set to +2 Power

May 7, 2010

Walt Disney World at f/2.8

Photographic Innoventions by Scott Thomas

Fast lenses for digital SLR cameras have a maximum aperture of f/2.8 or bigger. Except for the Nifty-Fifty which are 50mm prime lenses at f/1.8, fast lenses are expensive. Most of the lenses in this class are considered some of the best ever made. Over the last three years, I have purchased two f/2.8 lenses which I have enjoyed using at Walt Disney World. The Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 DX Ultra Wide Angle and the Nikon 70-200mm VR f/2.8. The following photographs were taken with these lenses at their wide open aperture of f/2.8.

The Tokina has gotten a large following among Disney photographers. For the price of around $650 in either Canon or Nikon versions, this is one of the better bargins in f/2.8 lenses. At it's widest setting of 11mm, there is some distortion of things near the edge of the frame. To cut down on the distortion, I try to make sure to keep the camera level and perpendicular to what I am photographing.

I found a post to lean against at my favorite counter service restaurant in the Magic Kingdom, Columbia Harbour House, to take this photo of the ordering area. The lens was able to capture the windowed ceiling, the tall ship paraphernalia on the walls and the cast members and guests ordering their food. I'll take the fish and chips with a bowl of New England clam chowder, please!

Ordering area for the Columbia Harbour House counter service restaurant in the Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
Ordering area for the Columbia Harbour House counter service restaurant.
Nikon D70/Tokina 11-16, 1/30s, f/2.8, ISO 720, EV +0.3, 11mm focal length

Night photography at Walt Disney World is very popular as the parks have a whole different look after the Sun goes down. This is one of my favorite views of Spaceship Earth when walking towards the park's entrance. The colored lights on the palm trees were not as bright as I have photographed them in the past making the geodesic structure the star of the photo. At f/2.8, I was able to hand hold the camera at 1/15th of a second using a reasonable ISO of 900.

Spaceship Earth in Epcot's Future World, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
Spaceship Earth in Epcot's Future World.
Nikon D70/Tokina 11-16, 1/15s, f/2.8, ISO 900, EV -0.3, 11mm focal length

For those who have vacationed at Walt Disney World in December, you know it can get cold at night. Returning back to my room in the All Star Sports resort late one night, I took this image of the steam rising off of the main pool area. I thought the sign made a good foreground subject for the story I wanted to tell.

No Lifeguard on Duty as steam rises from the Main Pool at the All Star Sports resort, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
No Lifeguard on Duty as steam rises from the Main Pool at the All Star Sports resort.
Nikon D70/Tokina 11-16, 1/15s, f/2.8, ISO 900, EV +0.7, 11mm focal length

The Nikon 70-200 VR, VR is for Vibration Reduction which is what Nikon calls their Image Stabilization system, has long been considered one of Nikon's all time best lenses. Nikon recently updated this lens with the new VR II version going for around $2,400. I picked up my VR I version used for less than half of that so deals can be found on eBay and other used lens websites.

Fast lenses have one more trait I should mention: they are heavy. The Nikon 70-200VR weighs in at a little over three pounds. While I have no trouble using it without a tripod, in low light situations like Fantasmic! in Disney's Hollywood Studios, I used my tripod like a monopod (the tripod legs were folded in) to help steady this image of Mickey Mouse welding his fire sword to oust the dragon from his dream. Just a note, this is one lens where you leave the VR on when used on a tripod or monopod.

Mickey Mouse welding his Fire Sword during Fantasmic! in Disney's Hollywood Studios, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
Mickey Mouse welding his Fire Sword during Fantasmic!
Nikon D70/70-200VR, 1/200s, f/2.8, ISO 1600, EV 0, 140mm focal length

The Festival of the Lion King does allow the use of flash photography during the show but, by using the lens at f/2.8 and zooming in, I had more than enough light to take this photo during the Can You Feel the Love Tonight duet scene. This shows the nice bokeh the Nikon 70-200VR creates when used wide open.

Can You Feel the Love Tonight duet during the Festival of the Lion King show in Disney's Animal Kingdom, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
Can You Feel the Love Tonight duet during the Festival of the Lion King show.
Nikon D70/70-200VR, 1/50s, f/2.8, ISO 1600, EV 0, 200mm focal length

I have tried for years to take a good photo of the fire dancer during the heina scene of the Festival of the Lion King show. By focusing on the performer's face, I picked up this photograph of some lingering fire on his tongue. The brightness of the fire gave me the fast shutter speed of 1/1600th of a second.

Fire dancer performing during the Festival of the Lion King show in Disney's Animal Kingdom, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
Fire dancer performing during the Festival of the Lion King show.
Nikon D70/70-200VR, 1/1600s, f/2.8, ISO 800, EV 0, 180mm focal length

These two lenses allowed me to get photos of higher quality than I have been able to in the past. Yes, they are expensive but you can rent them for a fraction of their costs.

April 10, 2009

Metering Modes Revisited

Photographic Innoventions by Scott Thomas

Last year I went in-depth and explained the three different metering modes found on our digital SLR and advanced point and shoot cameras. These are Matrix, Center-weighted and Spot. At the time, I used some un-Disney like photos to show the difference between each mode. I thought a side by side comparison would be helpful as a review.

The three photos below were taken from Sea Breeze Point near Disney's Boardwalk Resort shows the three different metering modes in action.

Metering mode collage from Sea Breeze Point near Disney's Boardwalk Resort, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida.

Metering mode collage from Sea Breeze Point near Disney's Boardwalk Resort.

As I have mention in previous posts, Matrix metering in today's digital cameras is very good except in the most challenging of lighting situations like stage lights, backlighting and very low light conditions (dark rides). When faced with one of the challenging conditions, I will use Spot metering over the other two like in the photo from the Festival of the Lion King.

Festival of the Lion King performer in Disney's Animal Kingdom, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida.

Festival of the Lion King performer in Disney's Animal Kingdom.
Nikon D70/70-200VR, 1/125s, f/2.8, ISO 800, EV 0, 200mm Focal length

June 6, 2008

Cloning Around

Photographic Innoventions by Scott Thomas

A couple of months ago I started using Apple's Aperture 2 photo application. The photo editor in Aperture is much better than anything I've ever used. While not a true graphics editor like Photoshop, Aperture does have some tools which are helping me make great photographs from not-so-great ones.

Like this photo of a performer in Disney's Animal Kingdom's Festival of the Lion King show. I caught her just before she was about to blow a kiss to the audience at the end of the show. I really loved this photo except for the object on the right hand side. I believe it's a hand or part of a costume from another performer passing out of the frame.

Festival of the Lion King Goodbye Kiss in Disney's Animal Kingdom, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
Festival of the Lion King Goodbye Kiss before cloning.
Nikon D70/18-200VR, 1/60s, f/5.6, 1600 ISO, -0.3 EV, 200mm Focal Length

I could crop the object out but, with such a high ISO, the image would get even grainer than it already is. Aperture, like other photo editors, has a clone repair tool. What a clone repair tool does is allow you to take a part of a photo and then "paint" over another area duplicating that part. You do this with a "brush". In Aperture's case, it's a circle.

To go about fixing this photo, I selected the cloning tool and adjusted it's size. The area just above the object is what I used to clone. I moved the brush there and clicked the mouse to select it. Then, I moved my mouse with the left button held down over the area and carefully replaced the object with the selected area. Below is the final result after a few tries. Many editors let you start over if you don't like the initial results. If your photo editor doesn't, be sure to save a backup before starting. To see if your photo editor is capable of cloning, look through it's manual or support website.

Festival of the Lion King Goodbye Kiss in Disney's Animal Kingdom, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
Festival of the Lion King Goodbye Kiss after cloning.
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