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Tag Archives: dream portrait
Last month I was happy to share a fantastic set of photos from Disney fan and photographer Duy Truong inspired by the Disney Parks Celebrity Dream Portrait series photographed by Annie Leibovitz. He even let me debut one of his … Continue reading
Becky Meza poses as the villainess Ursula from “The Little Mermaid.” Meet Duy Truong, he’s a photographer in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with a passion for Disney. Inspired by Annie Leibovitz’s Dream Portrait series she did for Disney, he decided he … Continue reading
Update: 4/18/11 – Disney has released two more photos from Leibovitz featuring Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow. Disney Parks has released a new ad campaign today that continues the series of Disney Dream portraits featuring famous celebrities as Disney … Continue reading
A housekeeping note: I am pleased that so many guests of The Disney Blog are enjoying the Annie Leibovitz “Disney Dream Portrait Series” photos. I’ve been checking my numbers and it turns out that those posts account for a large … Continue reading