"You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality." ~ Walt Disney
Alright, since I posted a few shots from last years event, I will post a few from this years as well. Also, here is a link to my gallery from the entire event. Enjoy the photos and let me know what you think.
Jim Korkis with Walt's Bust
Yet another year of AMAZING seats for Lights, Motors, Action!
Last one for the post. I think I have put enough in here to give you the idea that this is a great meet, and a LOT of fun!
Well I can tell you that I knew next to nothing about photography before going last year, and now after being present with some of the guys for the past 2 years, I have learned so much that it is now time for another camera. I need more and can't get it because I am limited by the technology of my camera that is now almost 4 years old.
Now, as far as Pixelmania! is concerned. Have you heard about the events that have been run over the years like Mousefest, and this year, the Reunion? Pixelmania is just another one of those. Only, it focuses (sorry for the pun) solely on photography. We spend 4 days walking around the parks, gathering at certain points throughout each day for "lessons" about different types of photography. For instance, we had a dark ride photography meet where we discussed some of the settings to use, and then put it to the test by riding Spaceship Earth. Most of my photos all come from those types of meets. This year, I tried taking some more outside of the meets, but I find myself spending a lot of time chatting with the other members of The Magic in Pixels site, and having a great time. I am pretty sure that we are working on another one for next year, so keep an eye out for my post and I will keep you all abreast of when it will be. If you can work it out and be there, I am SURE that you can learn more about those buttons on your camera.
Ah, I see, they are written for my in-laws! They are not too hip on technology. FIL asked me what "reply to all" meant a few months ago after seeing it on a commercial. So, yes, these folks would need the absolute most basic information available.