/ Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

by Kathy & Sean

If you’re like us, you bring a camera with you to Walt Disney World to capture the memories.  Posed family snapshots aside, wouldn’t it be helpful if everything we photographed would freeze at the exact moment we clicked the shutter to eliminate those inevitable blurry photos?

Consider this—with some practice, capturing motion in your photographs can add a unique artistic effect and add creative depth and texture to your WDW vacation photos.   We’re still practicing our motion blur technique, but here are a few sample photographs of WDW in motion.

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Here’s a photography question:  When you visit Walt Disney World, do you have a traditional spot where you capture a photograph to record the trip?   We’d love to hear from you!

Looking for Magic is Kathy @ Two Roads Photo[K1]  and Sean @ Shamrock Photo[K2] .  Kathy is a librarian, walker of many miles, and Paper Bag Princess, who dreams of having coffee with Belle at the castle and co-administering a fantasy book discussion group.  Sean is a fire fighter, pilot, and closet superhero, who would like to join the pack with Tigger to use his bouncy and fun powers to make people smile.

Kathy can be contacted at imtxag85@aol.com

Sean can be contacted at spoc65@aol.com

 

 

 

 

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