Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Disney v2.0 - Welcome to Radiator Springs!

I promise I'm not trying to drag out the Disney posts.  I should have included these in my last post with the other photos but sometimes I'm a poor post planner.

So we are still on the 2nd full day of our December trip.  After the girls fell asleep that night, Rich and I  snuck out (Grammy stayed back at the suite to watch them) to explore the rest of the resort.  (Our romantic time together.)  I had seen what appeared to be a Cozy Cone Motel sign in the Cars section and I was curious.  I have to say that the outside theming in this area was fantastic.





I have a new appreciation for night photography.  It's not easy, especially without a tripod, and I have so much to learn.  It was only around 9:00 or so at night and other guests were still wandering about.  I spent plenty of time waiting for them to clear out of my way.  There was another woman photographing as well but she had a tripod.  We said hello and tried to stay out of each other's way.

The Little Mermaid area looked fun but I wasn't able to take many photos.  The angle from the camera on the ground just wasn't working.


This is one of the hotel entrances.


Coming up - Epcot and lunch with the princesses


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Raspberry said...

Have you read about image stacking to remove unwanted people/tourists from your photographs?

If not, a simple tutorial can be found here: http://dsphotographic.com/2006/12/how-to-remove-tourists-from-your-photos/

Anonymous said...

Don't apologize- this is your blog and I love reading about your Disney adventures! Helps when planning our own vacation. Great pictures!

Mary said...

I love reading the Disney posts!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Sarah,

I'm a new reader to your blog and I love your posts and the cute little girls you have. Please keep your vacation posts coming. They are really helpful for us families with little kids to plan out our trips.

Lots of love...


Sarah said...

Raspberrry - thanks for the link. I was aware of that technique but w/out a tripod, I couldn't do it. I'm actually lazy too when it comes to post processing ;)

Sorry for the delay in posts - been a busy week!