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Tag Archives: timelapse
The California Grill has always been my restaurant of choice when I wanted to celebrate a big event, so I was a bit nervous when they announced a major makeover for the space. But I needn’t have worried. The space … Continue reading
Welcome to the Magic is a Disneyland Timelapse by Matt Givot and Dan Douglas, both Orange County based photographers. They took over 20,000 images to showcase Disneyland and Disney California Adventure using timelapse photography. I love the way it captures … Continue reading
Disney’s Imagineers smartly keep a record of their projects, often documenting them with photos taken at regular intervals. As it turns out those make terrific time-lapse videos too. That is the case with the New Fantasyland expansion at the Magic … Continue reading
Tom Bricker, whose Disneyland Christmas Timelapse Video we posted earlier, is back with a timelapse photography look at Walt Disney World during the merriest season. There’s a lot to fit into under 3 minutes, but he really captured a lot … Continue reading