I had a lot of fun taking way too many pictures while we were at Disney World! Magic Kingdom was easily my favorite park to photograph, even though Epcot was probably my favorite park to spend an entire day at. I grew up going to Disney and spent tons of time there as a teenager since my hometown is only an hour and a half away! I’ve never had a good camera to take along though, so that was a fun experience. I really tried to just snap photos in the moment and not be like, “OH let me go over here and get the best angle and ..” It’s pretty impossible to take really good photos with that many people walking in front of you and bumping into you, but I feel like I did manage to get a few. The ability to crop people out of the few good ones is pretty wonderful. ;]
I took a little over 50 pictures during the fireworks show, and I think maybe 2 of them came out really clear. I had a fairly good spot on Main Street to stand in even though we were further back, but when I moved to that spot a random guy who was maybe 18 or so and taller than me threw a major hissy fit that THIS RUDE GIRL came and stood in front of him - so I gave him a nice eye roll and moved. I thought his head was going to explode when people started putting children on their shoulders in front of him, and I laughed. Did he know where he was? At Disney World? With like 8 billion other people? Obviously he was the most important person visiting the park that day.
It’s A Small World is one of my favorite rides ever, behind Splash Mountain and Soarin’ (at Epcot). It’s really hard to take pictures of, though! As I mentioned previously, my Father-in-law was able to ride this with all of us. I loved watching him dance to the music a little and interact with Ann, it was just really sweet and one of those perfect moments. I took some video footage too so we’ll always be able to remember everything about it. The ability to capture memories the way that we can is something so mesmerizing to me and it’s the whole reason I love photography as much as I do- the ability to freeze time. And speaking of photography; the auto focus motor in my 18-55mm lens died while we were there. I’ve had this camera for a long time, ready for an upgrade! It still did a pretty good job though, I must say. =)
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