April 30, 2010

The Railroad Office

April 28, 2010

Soft Toys & Tedd Bears

Dec. 28, 2008
04:56 pm

April 27, 2010

Add Sparkle to Your Wedding

After one of our own planners’ wedding ceremony in November 2006, the sky over the Wedding Pavilion twinkled bright with colorful fireworks. The display was a huge hit for everybody, and it came as a total surprise for all the wedding guests! Adding this magical touch is a way to keep guests talking about your wedding for years to come.

April 26, 2010

Reflections of Main Street

Daguerreotype — It's a technique widely used from 1839 to 1855, the daguerreotype was the first popular form of photography. Images were captured directly on a thin piece of silver-plated copper. Because no negative was produced, copies could not be made, so each image was unique. Daguerreotypes are often characterized by their reflective quality, a darkening at the edges, and a dark blue-gray or brown-black color. 

Jan. 19, 2009
In Fact, this picture is nothing more than the Reflections of Main Street on a Window at the MS Railroad Station!

April 24, 2010

Epcot Future World

April 21, 2010

A Model Day at Beach Club

Inspired by the "Model" Tilt-shift series Videos from Disney :)

Dec. 22, 2008
01:26 pm

F-stop: f/8,6
Exposure time: 1/200 sec
focal Length: 8mm
Max Aperture: 4,33

April 19, 2010

This Way to the Pre-Hi-Story

Disney's Animal Kingdom

Jan 12, 2009
02:33 pm

April 18, 2010

What a Surprise!

Disney's Hollywood Studios. Hollywood Boulevard.

Nov. 28, 2008
04:06 pm

April 17, 2010

The Culinary Arts

If you find The Culinary Arts, please leave a comment :)

Magic Kingdom - Main Street - The Plaza Restaurant from the Rose Garden.

 Dec. 23, 2008
03:15 pm

April 15, 2010

A Sound of Thunder

“A Sound of Thunder” is a science fiction short story set in 2055 by Ray Bradbury, first published in Collier’s magazine in 1952. It is the most re-published science fiction story of all time.

A hunter named “Eckels” goes on the adventure of a lifetime: travelling back into the past on a prehistoric safari to kill a Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Jan. 12, 2009
02:26 pm

F-stop: 5,7
Exposure time: 1/100 sec
focal Length: 24mm
Max Aperture: 5

April 14, 2010

An American's Past Sky

The American Flag, The Crystal Palace Roof and the Wild hiding an unknow adventure in the Jungle Cruise!

Dec. 28, 2008
05:03 pm

F-stop: 5,7
Exposure time: 2 sec
focal Length: 24mm
Max Aperture: 5

April 10, 2010

Rose 'Snowflake' Bridge at Epcot

This was one of the busy days at Epcot. Ok, ok... Not even close the New Year's Eve but you got it!

I took this picture when I was crossing the Rose Bridge heading to work on Beach Club!

Dec. 22, 2008
12:01 am

F-stop: f/8,6
Exposure time: 1/200 sec
focal Length: 8mm
Max Aperture: 3,3

April 9, 2010

April 8, 2010

'When the Crowds are Gone' at the Magic Kingdom

We're here between the Main Street watches and MS Bakery!
The lighting fixtures are incredible.

Main Street U.S.A. is one of the best places to scout examples of the WDI practice of designing for any shots!

Jan. 03, 2009
00:10 am

April 7, 2010

Pixie Flowers from the Rose Garden

Here at the Magic Kingdom... The Place Where Dreams Come True ;)

The proportion here is almost the same of the Pixie Dust! 1 for the red and 2 for the white! :)

Shoot from the Rose garden!

Dec. 23, 2008
03:15 pm

F-stop: f/5,7
Exposure time: 1/200 sec
focal Length: 24mm
Max Aperture: 5

April 6, 2010

The Art of Disney Logo

April 5, 2010

Hollywood Studios - Year of a Million Dreams Sign

Nov. 28, 2008
04:10 pm

F-stop: f/4,7
Exposure time: 1/125 sec
focal Length: 11mm
Max Aperture: 2,97

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April 4, 2010

English Pathway at Epcot

Guess Where... lol

Fev. 03, 2009
02:35 pm

F-stop: f/3,1
Exposure time: 1/60 sec
focal Length: 8mm
Max Aperture: 3,3

April 3, 2010

The Oasis Exhibits' Waterfall

The Oasis Exhibits inside the entrance to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park are lush, tropical garden pathways filled with wildlife, a variety o flora and fauna, waterfalls and meandering streams, and early morning mist that covers the ground. These garden paths lead to Safari Village, the center and hub of the Theme Park and they are more than just an entryway into the Theme Park—they are a tropical retreat that sets the atmosphere for the Theme Park experience.

Fev. 04, 2009
03:01 pm

F-stop: f/2,7
Exposure time: 1/60 sec
focal Length: 5mm
Max Aperture: 2,875

April 2, 2010

Casey's Corner Through the Lake

I had class today at the Disney University and took this picture during my 'lunch' :)

Dec. 23, 2008
02:34 pm

F-stop: f/3,1
Exposure time: 1/640 sec
focal Length: 8mm
Max Aperture: 3,3

April 1, 2010

Stormalong Bay at Night

This is one of the nation's largest sand bottom pools.

Stormalong Bay is a beachside water recreation area that offers up 3 acres of aquatic fun for the whole family. Catch currents in an expansive sand-bottomed pool or a lazy circular river, explore the "Shipwreck" and slide down one of the highest hotel waterslides at Walt Disney World Resorts, or simply lie out on the elevated tanning deck and soak up the sun's golden rays. Stormalong Bay's 750,000 gallons of water comprises an impressive complex of pools.

Dec. 25, 2008
04:21 am


F-stop: f/3,1
Exposure time: 1/3 sec
focal Length: 8mm
Max Aperture: 3,3
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