I’ve been to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party countless times and I really do enjoy it every year, but the first night for me is always work work work. This year I decided to take a more casual approach and have a little fun with my camera. I wanted to focus more on the environment and lighting around the park, instead of trying to come out with a detailed photo gallery like I’ve always done in the past. Here are a couple of the photos I took from that night.
The shots below were taken with a Canon EOS 5D Mark III / Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II lens . If you are interested in the other camera equipment I use, here’s a link to what’s in my camera bag on Pinterest.
Category: Disney World, Photos
I was born and raised in New Orleans and received my degree from LSU in Graphic Design. I did the WDW College program during the summer of 1997 as a Blizzard Beach Lifeguard. Moved to Orlando immediately after college and started with the DIS shortly after in 2001. I am currently the President of the DIS, including disboards.com and wdwinfo.com, and a founding member of the DIS Unplugged Podcast team. I am the proud father of two beautiful children (Ferris and Finley) and husband to an incredible wife and mother. I have a passion for Art, Design, Technology, Photography, Social Media, and Sushi. Other organizations I am involved in include the Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida and the LSU Alumni of Central Florida. Connect with me on facebook