One of the worst things about photography as a hobby is the need to carry lots of “stuff.” From cameras to lenses and tripods to filters, carrying photography equipment in the parks can be an exercise in physical endurance.
On our last trip to Walt Disney World, we decided to change it up and use our cell phones’ cameras to capture images on the fly. Thanks to swiftly changing technology, cell phone cameras are making it easier to capture quick, yet quality images. The best part–they are light, fit in your pocket, are uncomplicated to use, and can produce some surprisingly stunning images.
Here’s the best of our cell phone camera captures, which we call our “Window” images. Some of the locations are obvious, but the point of view on some are a bit tricky. Can you guess them all?
(All photos from the authors’ personal collection.)
Looking for Magic is Kathy @ Two Roads Photo and Sean @ Shamrock Photo. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sean can be contacted at email@example.com