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Racing Forward by Sean S

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Ford GT followed by a 458. by André Vieira

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IMG_9636 by dreiwn

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Tranquil by Joe Penniston
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I’m not going to lie, this is one of those pictures that every time I look at it, I wish to be back there. Of all the French Quarter pictures I took this is my favorite. I intentionally chose f/2.8 at 200mm to create a shallow depth of field. I hoped that it would make for a sort of dreamy like photo. Also, this is one of the many that I lost the RAW file and I remember choosing “shady” as the white balance as this scene was in fact in the shade. The colors seem a little on the warm side but I think, if nothing else, it gives the image an inviting feel. I had to wait a few minutes to make sure no one was in the image. At 200mm there is quite a bit of depth compression so this path is a lot longer than it looks! I instantly fell in love with this resort… it is truly beautiful. I’m not good at writing reviews so hopefully my pictures (I have a few more good ones) do the talking. *PLEASE CHECK IT OUT LARGE ON BLACK* ___________________________________________________________________ Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter, Walt Disney World Resort Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you’re having a Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah day!

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I get so mad in Jarassic Park 2 ‘cause the lady just touches the fucking baby stegosaurus. That’s not how you science! You don’t just interact with what you’re studying like that! And then they’re just using these little tiny kit lenses like…what the fuck guys, I wouldn’t go take pictures of fucking dinosaurs without at LEAST a 70-200 2.8 lens??