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Episode 21 Show Notes

Posted by on Jun 5, 2012

Disney's Human Element - Scott Smith

Our Flickr friend Scott Smith joins us for Episode 21 to talk about capturing Disney’s human element.  We all love those pretty night shots of an empty park and all, but Scott focuses on the most significant aspect of Disney theme parks, the people!    We discuss the idea of capturing people at Disney parks (without being a creeper!) and Scott explains his process and how to keep an eye out for that special shot.

Check out Scott’s amazing shots on his flickr page!

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