Sorcerer Mickey

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I know the bokeh is a little distracting here...

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  1. DigitalSLG 66 months ago | reply

    Cool shot!

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  2. Stu Meech 66 months ago | reply

    Lovely light though!

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  3. Scott9432 66 months ago | reply

    Wonderful color here Joe! Excellent!

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  4. travelwhimsy 66 months ago | reply

    I love this angle. It's less abracadabra and more "Welcome!"

  5. Matt Pasant 66 months ago | reply

    How would this work B/W? I wonder if you might have more controls over the highlights that way.

  6. dmtnt12 66 months ago | reply

    Is this over by Monsters Inc. in DCA?

    Niicce shot.

  7. Express Monorail 66 months ago | reply

    Matt - I intentionally blew the highlights. This is a +4EV compensation in RAWTherapee. I was going for that golden hour sky look but I don't know if it turned out right.

  8. alphazeta 66 months ago | reply

    Looking at it purely as a photograph and not a Disney image I don't find the bokeh distracting, it's a super bokeh and for me adds to the lovely capture of Mickey from a great angle :-) I think I like the colour one of this best :-)

  9. DugJax 66 months ago | reply

    I don't find the bokeh distracting at all. In fact, I think it adds to the image of Sorcerer Mickey. If you use your imagination, the bokeh of the trees almost looks like the waves of water that he commands. I really like this image!

  10. EddyMixx 66 months ago | reply

    y'know joe..if you blow out the whites..then duplicate layers..add some gaussin blur on the top and screen it for that dreamy look...that bubbly bokeh distraction might be less obvious. plus you can always mask mickey so at least your subject is not affected.

  11. Cory Disbrow 66 months ago | reply

    If anything, I think that the overblown sky is more distracting than the bokeh. I really like the B&W version.

  12. Peter E. Lee 66 months ago | reply

    Count me in the color camp. I like browns and greens, and the bokeh almost looks like a spell Mickey is casting. Nice work!

  13. Eugene1959 66 months ago | reply

    I think it looks great both ways.

  14. Don Sullivan 66 months ago | reply

    I love the perspective of this one.

  15. Eat My Disney Dust 65 months ago | reply

    I like it in the B&W actually. And it is a great angle - never seen one taken from this way before!

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