Saturday, February 20, 2010

Disney, A Different Point of View

What happens when a photographer cruises through the dark caverns of It's a Small World with camera in hand?


This is what happens.

The ride was moving and it was too dark to capture any usable photos unless a flash was used. Since I avoid the flash whenever possible, that only left one option. Make the best of the low light and bright colors. Use a slow shutter speed, add some additional motion by rotating the camera in random patterns and hope for the best.


You never know exactly what you might get.


When the lights are bright and colorful you can bet it will be something interesting, maybe even wonderful.


These last two are my favorites from the day.


If you have a camera with the ability to shoot with a slow shutter speed give motion blur a try. You might find that you like the results.

3 comments:

Susan Patton said...

Oooooh, very nice!!!! You are bursting with creativity :) Wouldn't these images look great in your gallery? I especially love the 2nd to the last shot with all the blues. Great work, as usual!

threedogstudio said...

You know I love motion blur, and these are simply beautiful. -k-

Audrey said...

I like the one with the "apparition" in the blur. These are all wonderful!