Continuing our features on Disney Parks Blog photographers, this week we look back on the work of Garth Vaughan. Garth has given us unique and memorable images from Walt Disney World – you can find links to his blog posts below.
Garth catches both guests and cast members in quiet, special moments.
Disney Time is Family Time – A father and sons embrace in this Father’s Day post.
Walt Disney Photography: “Details – Part 3″ – Garth was witness to this moment between Miriam and a butterfly.
QI at Epcot – QI from Beijing, China, is captured in a spontaneous moment.
Walt Disney World Photography: Cinderella – Every frame is good when Cinderella is your subject.
Garth has an eye for the time of day and the effect is has on a view of the parks.
Wonderful and Scary – Approaching the The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror on Sunset Boulevard can be spooky, exciting and thrilling.
Rush Hour – Even rush hour contains magic as you get close to the Magic Kingdom.
Magical Hour – Magic hour brings an added layer of magic to an already magical experience.
Magic Hour – A quiet moment before the start of a 5K race at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Garth shows us his unique point of view on everyday sights in the parks and beyond.
Light on Your Feet – Theses images of the Beauty And The Beast stage show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios demonstrate the show’s fluid nature.
Adventure on the High Seas – The legendary Flying Dutchman at conflict with the Wonder? Not really. Just a well-placed relic from the movie staged at Castaway Cay.
Sometimes it is the Details – A stunning perspective on Cinderella’s statue in Fantasyland.
Landscape Within the Landscape – Looking closely at plants at the International Flower & Garden Festival, new landscapes come into view with dynamic horizons.
Perspective – A different point of view on the Eiffel Tower at the France Pavilion at Epcot.
Dear Mr. Vaughn,
You have my dream job! I am a photography student, and would love to read more about you and your work! (and would love even more to shadow you some day…)
Just spent a wonderful few moments checking out these photos. I am inspired to pick up my camera 🙂
Actually, I have a request:
I’ve seen a lot of images featured at the top of these blog pages, and I’d really like it if the images had something saying where they were taken. (There’s one in particular, where I’m not sure where it’s from.)
Love these! I don’t think I’ve ever seen the statue of Cinderella in Fantasyland!