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Tag Archives: timelapse
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
Walt Disney Imagineering has released a new time-lapse video showing the progress of New Fantasyland. If you look close you can see the crane used to put Holiday Lights up on the castle last September. Also note that the video … Continue reading
I love a good timelapse video. As far as interesting videos in Disney parks history, this one is fairly minor. But for those who can’t wait for the opening of The Little Mermaid – Ariel’s Undersea Adventure inside Disneyland’s second … Continue reading
Here’s a timelapse video documenting the construction of The American Idol Experience stage and theater. I love these backstage looks at how the magic is made. (video courtesy Walt Disney World)