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Walt Disney World in black and white.

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  • [Pictures] Walt Disney World in black and white.

    This is pretty much a sister thread to one in the Disneyland section. I spent a good 5-6 years in high school and at college having fairly regular access to a photo dark room, and so while I now don't really shoot with film anymore, the peculiarities and 'look'/general aesthetic of darkroom processed prints has stuck with me. So, consider the photos in this thread as a homage perhaps to that particular style of resultant image - all are processed by a rather effective free photo editor titled Photoscape. More shall come as find images that would be well-suited to this style of presentation.

    Thanks for looking and hope any viewing shall enjoy!













    when the spooks have a midnight jamboree....

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    Every since learning about Ansel Adams, I have never looked at black and white the same since. It's just more detailed and precise. Love it.

    Gorgeous photos. Thanks for sharing!
    DisneyTwins
    Since May 2003

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      Those are beautiful ! I wouldn't mind seeing more like them.

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        Nice photos!!!

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          when the spooks have a midnight jamboree....

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            Seeing the Dino Rama in black and white, reminds me of route 66 roadside attractions ! Very nice, thanks !!

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              These are awesome. Makes me want to shoot some classic attractions in black and white on my next trip.. Small World, Dumbo, Splash Mountain... etc.
              Co-Host of the Disney Nerds Podcast (found on i-tunes, Stitcher, and Podbean)
              Co-Creator of the Mouseketeer Club group on Facebook.

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                Very neat! Thanks for sharing

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                  Very nice and artistic pics!

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