Returning for its second year, the Epcot International Festival of the Arts will rejoice in all things art, visual, performing and culinary, from Jan. 12 – Feb. 19, 2018. [Read more…]
If you’re always tempted to peek over the construction walls at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you get an interactive eyeful without running afoul of park security with these new Star Wars Land aerial photos, which demonstrate the progress made in the past few months on this anticipated attraction. [Read more…]
Hosts Banks Lee and Elisa Goldman bring you this week’s theme park and attraction news. On this week’s episode: [Read more…]
By Don Gworek
Infrared photography is form of black and white photography that seemingly transforms landscapes into snowy sculptures. The Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival is a perfect time to take an imaginative look at Epcot as if it was in a frozen winter. [Read more…]
Festival of the Masters will take place at Downtown Disney for its 38th year Nov. 8-10, 2013, bringing together artists from all over to showcase their work. [Read more…]
You won’t find it listed on Busch Gardens Tampa’s website, but a few times a year guests can go behind the scenes and into the savanna on an exclusive tour to capture some great wildlife photography. [Read more…]
The Disney Fantasy cruise ship is now officially launched and is running regular seven day cruises out of Port Canaveral. We were invited on a three-day preview cruise to Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay. Here are some of the interesting things we noticed and some of our best photos. Our full photo gallery is at the bottom. Be sure to look for our other post featuring all our videos from the cruise. [Read more…]
Disney has released another of their popular tilt-shift videos. Their first one was from the Magic Kingdom, this time it’s Epcot’s turn. Watch to the end for fireworks and a special surprise.
Tilt-shift, or selective focus photography makes everything look miniaturized. A series of photos are run one after another to make the video.
Here’s a very cool video from Disney’s official blog. The process used to create the video is called tilt-shift, or selective focus photography. This technique makes everything look miniaturized, as if they are miniature models instead of real objects. For the video, a series of photographs, taken one per second, were run together.
First up is the Magic Kingdom, but they’re already working on videos like this at the other Disney World parks. Epcot is next. You can visit their site to read a Q&A with cast member David Roark, who’s in charge of the project.