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Tag Archives: photography
Andrew Franz took a trip to the happiest place on Earth recently, and captured the beauty of Disneyland at night via Timelapse photography. Since the visit was around Christmas time there is that extra bit of magic too: Previously: Timelapse … Continue reading
Duy Trong, whose Disney Dream Portrait inspired photo series I’ve profiled here and here, is giving up childish things and has entered college as a freshmen. But before he left to start on his new path, he finished the series … Continue reading
Instaparks is a fun new project that combines the popular iPhone photo app Instagram and something we all love, Disney theme parks, to provide a snapshot of activity occurring at each magical location. The website is a project of Rustin … Continue reading
There’s one set in EPCOT’s epic American Adventure attraction that takes the story all the way from the Great Depression to the attack at Pearl Harbor. Brother’s Josh and Jared Stein found a photo that appears to have inspired that … Continue reading