Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by ssanders79, Feb 6, 2011.
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Ominous Magical Skies by ssanders79, on Flickr
Wow... Is this a drawing or did you use photoshop???
Just a little wind...
Disney Dream, docked at Nassau. (Taken 2/4/11)
NoT really, I used Ps lightroom and photomatix. It is a 7 shot HDR.
I love the way the wind is blowing those palm trees.
What kind of camera are you people using? Those are awesome photos. I'm looking to get a new camera soon and would love something that takes pics that good. I currently own a Nikon D40 SLR but will admit I need a bigger lens.. Anyway, do tell please............
Admiral Donald by figmentfan84, on Flickr
Lol, I'd give more credit to the Photographer than the camera. Great photos in the new thread already! I am going to start learning more about how to use HDR. I've been using the onboard converter on my camera with blah results compared to what I see on here.
Awesome and inspiring work so far...
Here is my not so worthy but fun attempt at capturing the boat turning to dock in Cozumel
I am using a D40. I want to upgrade to the D7000, but I am going to invest in an UWA first. I can deal with the D40's shortcomings as it is just part of my workflow.
By the way, I love your screenname.
Well alrighty Scott, I promise you my D40 pics look nothing like YOUR D40 pics so must be the user. Would love to know what your doing. I need a photog class. Great pics. And thanks, I like the screenname too. ;O)
Nice pics though.
thats very sad...
I totally agree. It took me awhile to actually figure out what was going on when I first saw this happening!! This was our first time at CC and my boys were so excited to see the ship and this was what they saw instead. Hopefully we'll see something new and exciting when we go next year!!
Love this one.
11 de Diciembre 2010
Our Last Snack from Room service on the last night of our Western Caribbean Aboard the Magic. (there was cheese and crackers under metal cover, but didn't think to take it off for the picture)
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