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Bon Appetit.... at Disney's Version of Paris

 
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Feb 01, 2010 13:04 |  #1

Lately, I've been focusing on capturing the "Human Element" of Disney World. I'm hoping to help paint Disney in a whole new light to some people. Especially the ones that think it's all about Mickey Mouse and Fairy Tales.....

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Feb 01, 2010 19:16 |  #2

A subject dear to my heart!!

I swear Disney is better for adults than kids!

You've given yourself a VERY ambitious project, so I'd say start small. The eateries of EPCOT are probably a very safe place to start. Another good place might be The Animal Kingdom, just because there's less focus on the attractions and rides and more on nature and wildlife. I bet you could do something really cool with the gorillas and a person in a similar pose if you were patient enough.

Good luck with your project. This is a great start, though you might want to get SOME bit of Disney detail in the images just to establish the location.

Good luck!

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Feb 03, 2010 00:29 as a reply to  @ mitsu13gman's post |  #3

Thanks for the tips. Some of my other shots so far have more apparent Disney themes though. I'm trying to make some things not blatantly obvious of where they taken.

And I'm ALWAYS at Disney, so I have plenty of chances to work things out.


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