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Tag Archives: photography
It’s been a while since we checked in with Duy Truong. Turns out he’s still making some amazing fan photography based on the original Dream Portrait series from Annie Leibovitz. Much of his art comes close to capturing the magic … Continue reading
Disney Parks has been working with world renown photographer Annie Leibovitz on a Dream Portrait series since January 2007. Along the way she’s managed to make new magic by placing celebrities into famous Disney scenes. Today’s new photo is no … Continue reading
Say goodbye to the ubiquitous Kodak photo spot signs as the company is pulling the last vestiges of its sponsorship from Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Kodak was one of three original Disneyland sponsors who remained at the park. Coca-cola … Continue reading
One of the features I really like about my camera, a Canon SX30, is its 35x optical zoom. I had an occasion to put it to a test last week when we dined at California Grill. It was nearing dusk … Continue reading