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Old 06-09-2005, 10:17 PM   #1
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Photos from Remember ... Dreams Come True

Just finished uploading a few of our photos from Remember ... Dreams Come True. Thought everyone might enjoy them.






*This is one of my favorite effects.










*The hitchhiker graphic got stuck on the castle for a substantial portion of the show. It's not meant to be displayed during this portion.






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Old 06-09-2005, 10:34 PM   #2
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Fantastic photos! I wish my camera could get those kind of shots.

I imagine you were in the hub when you took them? I never even noticed the hitchkikers before (Now I gotta go back!)

Thank you for sharing - they're really good.
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Old 06-09-2005, 10:40 PM   #3
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Old 06-09-2005, 11:16 PM   #4
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Awesome pics. Thanks so much for sharing them. They bring back great memories. Can't wait to go back and see them again.
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Old 06-10-2005, 07:48 AM   #5
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Great pictures - thanks for sharing.

What setting did you use on your camera?

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Old 06-10-2005, 08:06 AM   #6
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Thanks for the compliments all.

Mary Jo - Yes, we were in the hub. We staked out a spot the first night of our trip right after watching the Parade of Dreams. It was worth every minute of the hour-and-a-half wait. Because of the glitch, it was hard to miss the hitchhiking ghosts. But, until I reviewed our photos I did not notice the Aladdin (on the right side of the castle on the second picture) and Peter Pan projections displayed during the early parts of the show.

Dirk - Based on some advice from another discussion board, I set the camera in shutter priority mode. Set a shutter speed of 1/4 of a second and a 100 ISO. Obviously, used a tripod. And then just clicked away throughout the show. We have a Canon PowerShot G2 digital camera. We got about 20 decent shots and about 40 others that are okay. I did have to use Photoshop to remove a head from a distracting location (right in front of the castle entrance).

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Old 06-10-2005, 08:39 AM   #7
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AWESOME pix! Thanks so much for sharing!

We watched the show twice last month and saw different effects on the castle both times. My favorite was during the shooting gallery when the ducks and other targets moved across the castle face and then you hear the gun shots, see a quick burst of light, and then the target laid back...great effect!
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Old 06-10-2005, 11:35 AM   #8
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Thank you for sharing!

Those are gorgeous! Makes me wish I had a digital! I had 800 speed film in my camera for ride photos, so I didn't even attempt to photograph the fireworks. Sigh...I agree with Mary Jo...there was so much going on that I missed some of the stuff projected on the castle.

I wanna go back, lol!!!
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Fantastic pics!! I would love to see more!
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Old 06-10-2005, 04:18 PM   #10
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Those pictures are fantastic. I missed half of those projections on the castle. I guess I was so happy that DH joined me at Disneyland that I was lovingly staring in his eyes during the show.

I will leave him home next time so that I can see all of the show elements. Who is up for a firework viewing DIS meet?

p.s. I love the pictures of your family in your signature.
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Fantastic photos. I'm only going for 2 days this summer, so I probably wouldn't be able to make a meet.
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Wonderful pictures! I can't believe now that we didn't wait to see these in the parks We just figured that because we could see them so well from our room that we didn't need to stick around and see them there. Shoot! So thanks so much for posting these, they're something else!
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Did somebody ask for more?

At Disneyluvr's request here are a few more:
















*Notice Peter Pan?

Again, thanks everyone on the compliments -- especially with regard to the pictures of the family (they are my real favorite photos from the trip). Look for another post soon on the photos I captured when we watched Remember ... from DCA. Got some nice shots with the Golden Gate bridge in the foreground that night.

** And if you can't get enough here's a link Visions Fantastic to a great site with some more great Remember ... photos. I found it right before our trip.

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Dirk - Based on some advice from another discussion board, I set the camera in shutter priority mode. Set a shutter speed of 1/4 of a second and a 100 ISO. Obviously, used a tripod. And then just clicked away throughout the show. We have a Canon PowerShot G2 digital camera. We got about 20 decent shots and about 40 others that are okay. I did have to use Photoshop to remove a head from a distracting location (right in front of the castle entrance).

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Thanks for the info. I have a Canon S60 so I can definately use the same settings. However, I've always been reluctant to take a tripod into the parks, especially since I've never been to DL. Where did you stand? Does the tripod cause problems? Tripod Etiquette suggestions? Are the lockers large enough to store it during the day? I can actually do pretty decent video for personal use with a handheld MiniDV, but the still camera defiantely need help.

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Amazing photos, THANKS!!
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