Around the Web and our first ever Poll

Cory and I had an email exchange last night about what topics we were going to cover in the next couple of weeks.  We’ve got a lot of great stuff coming down the pike that we can’t wait to share with you.  But as I sat down to put up today’s post I thought we should let the community have a say in what topics should be tackled first.  Thanks to the wonders of Word Press there is a plugin available that will allow you to cast your vote!  So here it is, the first Disney Photography Blog Poll.

So what kind of articles would you like to see more of?

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Select as many of the options as you want, but remember if you vote Other, we really want you to post a Comment and let us know what Other means!  So make sure you hit Read More and leave a comment.

In the meantime I thought I would just put up some links in this post to where you can find the team online.

The official Instagram account is here, we just passed 4,000 followers!

Ryan has been killing it on Instagram lately too (surpassing 5000 followers) and you can see his Disney pictures here.  And if you are one of the few that haven’t seen his O Foggy Night II shot (that got re-grammed by the official Disneyland account and got over 100,000 likes) here it is:

Occasionally I’ll put up a picture on Instagram but usually it is a shot you’ve seen on the blog.

Ben has got great photos over on Flickr.  His fireworks shots are just great and I hope I apply his techniques on my next trip.

I know I’ve mentioned it before, but Alan’s The LEGO Awakens series just puts us all to shame in terms of his ability to work on his photography skills.  The work he’s putting into recreating Star Wars shots in Lego is just amazing.

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3 Comments

Angie H.

about 1 year ago Reply

I could easily select all of these, I was just on some dark rides today in MK & got some pictures that I think will be pretty good. However, I would love some suggestions on how to process dark ride photos in Lightroom and/or Photoshop. Any specific tips or tricks that works best for these types of photos would be great!

Chris M.

about 1 year ago Reply

Don't know if this was already discussed, but I've been curious about the workflow of other Disney photographers. For example, after you transfer the images from the card to computer, how do you organize them? Do you put everything in one folder or separate the "best" photos from the "okay" photos? Do you tag them? Do you rename the files after it's edited? Also, after editing photos, are the edited photos saved to another folder - both .psd (if using PS) and .jpg? I know there are programs that help organize your images. I've yet to try them. I'm sure everyone has a different way of doing this and one persons workflow may not work for another, but I wanted to get some ideas and maybe improve the way I organize my files. Which is basically transfer images from an event or trip to one folder, edit and save to another folder. Then of course, back it up.

Keith

about 1 year ago Reply

Hi Chris! This is a great point, and I have a half started article talking about workflow. I'll make sure I get this article up soon. Thanks for the suggestion and thank you for reading the site.

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