After "It's a Small World", I decided to head toward Pixie Hollow, again. Here are some shots I got along the way.
The first time I went to Pixie Hollow I accidentally changed my camera settings to manual without looking at the speed of shutter, and well, my pictures came out dark. So I decided to wait in line again and here are pictures of Rosetta that I didn't get the first time.
Since I was there, got a couple more shots of Tinkerbell.
Some random shots at the exit of Pixie Hollow.
Guess who I ran into again.
That will do it for this Picture Trip-Report. Thank you to everyone for your comments and for viewing my pictures.
Last edited by Donald1980; 03-16-2009 at 12:47 PM.
Wonderful pictures. I don't have anything to say that hasn't been said before, but I'll repeat it: the colors are awesome. They're on the verge between real and fantastical. It's great. After your first report, I was wondering when you'd do another one and you didn't disappoint!
Wow amazing photos! What camera do you use? I can't wait to see the rest!
Sorry it took me this long to respond back. I used a Canon Rebel Xsi DSLR camera for all of these shots. I edited all of the color, contrast, and sharpness in each picture with the software that came with the camera. I also used my favorite lens with each picture. It's a fixed zoom at 50 mm, but has an aperature of 1.8, which allows more light and makes the backgroud of the subject much blurrier.
Awsome pictures, what setting do you recommend during the rides?
It depends on which ride and the lens you have. To have a clearer and crisper shot on a Dark Ride, you want to have a aperature number as low as possible. Most lens have a 3.5-5.6 aperature capability. The lens I used has a 1.8 aperature, which allows me to have a faster shutter speed so I can have more light and not have to worry about blurriness.
Then you can bump up the ISO to help give more light and allow a faster shutter speed as well. The bad side to the ISO, is that ISO can make your picture look grainy, but with the proper software you can remove that.
The technical settings I used for It's a Small World are: