During the Holidays at Disneyland Resort, there are so many beautiful decorations to see and photograph, but I seem to spend a little more time at “it’s a small world“ Holiday. Below are a few photos I would like to share with you. For this first one, I exposed for the lights, turning the guests that were taking photos or just enjoying the view into silhouettes.
For the next photo, I used a 25-second exposure so that the boats would blur and not be noticeable in the foreground.
The final photo was taken just as the fog was rolling in one early morning. What I like about this photo is that the fog separates the topiaries from the background so they stand out instead of blending into the lights.
Lovely photos, thank you!
Would love to see how you would photo the different weathervanes in Fantasyland.
It never ceases to amaze me at the number of ways one can “look” at the Park. The views you share with us through the lens of your camera are fantastic and we really look forward to seeing them.
Thank You for sharing your talent with us!
Hi Paul, Love your night photos of Disneyland. Your photos have inspired me to take night photographs at Disneyland since I your Tea Cup photograph back in July 2012.
Question, what were your settings for your photos? Also, any way for hobbyist photographers to share their photos of Disneyland with other Disney fans?
THANKS FOR SHAREING!!