February 10, 2011

Daily Photo Tour - A Spin to Remember


You have to give the imagineers credit. They make everything in Disneyland blend so seamlessly. I love the transitions throughout the park when walking from land to land. It's interesting to see what lines up. One night while walking through Fantasyland, the Matterhorn seemed to just move itself into the perfect position.

Mad Tea Party at night in Disneyland
Photo by Kevin Crone

Comments (4)

On February 24, 2011 at 6:42 PM , Anonymous said...

Hi Kevin, is this one RAW image at F11 and 15" that you processed in Photoshop, or is it a result of several images? (Whatever it is, it's beautiful!)

 
On February 25, 2011 at 10:31 AM , Kevin Crone said...

Hey! Actually it is a combination of 5 images processed in an HDR program called Photomatix, and then taken into Photoshop for some minor adjustments. And thank you! The exposure that is at an E.V. of 0 is used for the picture info. That's the one that is at F/11 and 15" :)

 
On February 25, 2011 at 4:30 PM , Anonymous said...

Oh, okay, very cool. I thought so, but wanted to be sure. We were introduced to this site by your girlfriend (I think that's what she said, but if I'm overstating it please forgive me!) in Newbury Park. She showed us this image on her iPhone and we were blown away. My daughter said it made her tear up because it's how she sees Disneyland in her head. Just beautiful! I've been using the AEB on my Canon (-2, 0, +2) with Photomatix, but I'm just learning! We love your pictures.

 
On February 25, 2011 at 8:26 PM , Kevin Crone said...

Right on, keep on practicing. Photomatix is pretty awesome. For me, sometimes three shots isn't enough, so I double the shutter twice on both ends to get the +3 and -3. Of course this is only efficient if objects in the scene aren't moving rapidly. Thank you so much for your comments.