Magic Kingdom: Cinderella Castle

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    This was a fun shot to take with the fisheye, as I was able to pull in elements that I would typically never even consider. The 'S', for instance, seemed like a cool focal point to include in order to balance out the castle.

    There's still a sense of surprise in my reactions when I go through my photo library from February, 'cause I really didn't see myself taking many fisheye photos and yet, here I am, with over 700 of them.

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    Allen Castillo, TheTimeTheSpace, and 34 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Cut2Run 47 months ago | reply

      Love the low angle POV and wide angle. The "S" is made the photo interesting. Very good eye!

    2. Harry Shields 47 months ago | reply

      Good job Hamilton!

    3. Jeff.Hamm.Photography 47 months ago | reply

      I really like the color combo on the castle and the light reflection on the compass is awesome! Great shot!

    4. Ring of Fire Hot Sauce 1 47 months ago | reply

      Awesome job! Love the colors on the brick work too.

    5. BlueisCoool 47 months ago | reply

      Very nice capture - congrats!

    6. jbwolffiv 47 months ago | reply

      Sweet capture Hamilton

    7. Photomatt28 47 months ago | reply

      That S in the foreground is really cool. I rented a fisheye for a week and shot everything I could find with it. A lot of fun to use.

    8. Scott Smith (SRisonS) 47 months ago | reply

      Incredible shot!!!!

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    9. Brendan Meier 47 months ago | reply

      Jeez... I honestly don't remember seeing that 'S' before, or at least not as brilliantly as here. What a spectacular angle!

    10. Kristi, The Mrs. [deleted] 46 months ago | reply

      Perfectly magical. Like the lighting & colors!

    11. Eli Muniz Corbalan 42 months ago | reply

      Espectacularmente magico y perfecta!!!! Hermosa foto!!!

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