A magical place of endless parking lots
be transported from your transport
don't forget don't forget
This will be the last of my Disney experiments on TE. This was taken by a camera that just spent a long time in air conditioning suddenly exposed to Florida humidity.
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* And of course, as always, no need to mind my feelings: opinions please.
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Galeota (10338) 2005-09-12 0:32
Hi Alex. Although I owe Pluto some funny moments of reading during my childhood, I really don't think you have a winner here. I see you tried to put the row of trees in a diagonal, but the composition is not well balanced IMO. The humidity makes an effect as if you had a veil in front of your lens, which results in a complete lack of contrast (not really suitable to Disney world unless you wwant to go arty..). Last but not the least those neon lights on the bottom of the small train are much too bright and filter through the humidity resulting in an halo that looks like flare. I'm not a fan on this one.
fabio_ts (13694) 2005-09-12 2:23
Very nice subject, lovely lights and beautiful tilt for this well done composition Alex... really funny...
have a nice day, Fabio.
Furachan (0) 2005-09-13 3:32
I would give you the benefit of the doubt, Alex, as to the mist (surely you knew...) It's another fine Americana picture, with a slant...a wonderful TILT really thatsuggests everything is sliding backward (and boy, is that ever a statement!)
I like it a lot, you know... Now as soon as I can get my hands on some mints, I'll show you just how much;)
ElSato (824) 2005-09-16 22:34
I like this one a lot. The mist casts a dream-like glow over everything, which is how Disney World should look. The Pluto sign is a nice focal point, and very prettily placed off into one corner. And while I know what Galeota's saying, I really like the glowing lights under the little train thingie... it gives the ride (even mundane transportation is really a ride in fantasy-land) the magical look it should have in this context. And of course the train itself implies a kind of invitation to join you in never never land. All around, high points. A cool and unique shot.
- Copyright: alex felipe (RandomCameraGuy) (3069)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2005-08-30
- Categories: Transportation
- Camera: Canon 20D, Canon EF-S 10 - 22 mm F3.5 - F4.5
- Exposure: f/11, 1/250 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2005-09-11 23:29