Epcot with a flare


We both love Epcot, not only for the great food but for many photo opportunities. This time, although I did something I’m just beginning to play with, architectural, I did a lot of non-conventional stuff, but that’s where the fun part is, and in my evolution as a photographer, I am more concerned in having fun than in the glory of it 🙂
Here are some examples, with a brief description of what was done or the concept behind.
Have a great day, everyone!

Sony Nex 7 with Lensbay Sweet 35 optic. Processed in CS6 with Radlab.
Sony Nex 7 with Lensbay Sweet 35 optic. Processed in CS6 with Radlab.

Slow motion dancer's feet.
Slow motion dancer’s feet.
Lensbaby Sweet 35. As shot.
Lensbaby Sweet 35. As shot.

Sony NEX 7 and Lensbaby Sweet 35 with macro converters. Textures added and finished in Radlab.
Sony NEX 7 and Lensbaby Sweet 35 with macro converters. Textures added and finished in Radlab.

RX-i in SCN mode (scene selector). in camera process, only available as jogs
RX-i in SCN mode (scene selector). in camera process, only available as jogs

An 8" exposure, no tripod, just leaning on fountain's border. Processed with radlab.
An 8″ exposure, no tripod, just leaning on fountain’s border. Processed with radlab.

1/15 s/s  close up of a belly dancers feet. Finished in Radlab.
1/15 s/s close up of a belly dancers feet. Finished in Radlab.

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Close up in slow shutter speed to capture the motion of the dance. I didn't go for the face because it would be a distraction.
Close up in slow shutter speed to capture the motion of the dance. I didn’t go for the face because it would be a distraction.

Lensbaby abstract, bending the lens. Finished in Radlab.
Lensbaby abstract, bending the lens. Finished in Radlab.

6 thoughts on “Epcot with a flare

  1. I love the blog, what you are sharing and being able to watch your explorations in photography. I’m not as artistic as you so it’s a real treat. Keep em coming.

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