Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by ssanders79, Feb 6, 2011.
She was taken apart!!
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Really nice photos. What type of Point and Shoot? Did you leave it on the auto setting or switch to manual settings? Post processing?
With the Statue of Liberty in the background we toasted the start of our trip!
I like this picture, we were on that cruise and had a blast!
Fantasy Currents Bar by P17blo, on Flickr
These were all taken with the Canon SX230HS - I don't use Auto but it would have been a mixture of settings depending on the situation (and more importantly light) - Most will have been taken on Av (Aperture Priority) some were taken on the Vivid setting to boost colours and other were taken on Night Landscape.
Most of them would have been post processed using Topaz Adjust in Photoshop just to tidy them up and give them a little pop.
That set was when I first started with the post processing so it was just a case of trial and error.
That is really sad!!! You would think that it could have been put somewhere!! We loved seeing it whenever we were there!!
Thanks for the sad info though!!
Fireboat welcoming Disney Magic to Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada on Wednesday, June 13, 2012!
Jan (JLSE50), I'm guessing we were probably 1/4 - 1/2 mile from the glacier. Amazingly close when you consider how big the ship is!
The Wonder from the port in Skagway:
They really couldn't have done anything else with it. It was falling apart from being out in the elements for years.
Taken from Deck 4 on Magic Inaugural Canadian Cruise
Use that P/S!!!! An amazing number of the photos on these threads are with P/S cameras. The best way to get beautiful picture is to take the picture. Have a great cruise. I have 124 days till I get on the Fantasy.
Nicely done Paul. I am book marking this! You have some angles I never would have thought of!
and I just followed your stream on Flick'r as well.
Nice post processing on this. I really like it.
This tug was doing "doughnuts" as we entered Halifax harbor. Short video available at http://youtu.be/djmPlwL7c6U.
I came out on deck just as we passed under the Verrazano Narrows Bridge on our return to New York 6/15.
Statue of Liberty as we returned to New York Harbor from the first Canadian Cruise.
Manhattan straight ahead. (Notice hidden Mickey).
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