Depending upon who you ask, cupcakes are at the foundation of the food pyramid. Check out our reviews of Walt Disney World’s Top Cupcakes.
Parts 7, 8 and 9 of Brickers’ February 2012 Walt Disney World trip report posted, lots of Epcot and night photos.
Ever wanted to take awesome Disney photos with only your iPhone? We have you covered with our in-depth iPhoneography (iPhone+photography, get it?) at Disney tips!
We continue to share fun and exclusive photos on DisneyTouristBlog Facebook Fan Page – we’re doing a photo caption contest featuring an embarrassing photo from my childhood!
Making ADRs soon? Make sure you consult our newly-created (and organized!) index of Disney Restaurant Reviews!
Monday/Tuesday – Gorgeous Spaceship Earth photo, February Walt Disney World trip report CONCLUSION!
Tuesday/Wednesday – Disney Book Reviews
Later this week… – Dining Reviews
NEWS YOU CAN USE
Passport 2 Dreams present part 1 of a thoughtful examination of the lighting fixtures in the Magic Kingdom.
TouringPlans.com Blog with the FINALE of their recap of “One More Disney Day” at Walt Disney World and Disneyland (Disneyland recap by Tom).
Progress City, USA with a look at “The Sweatbox,” a leaked documentary on the troubled making of Kingdom of the Sun.
Daveland takes a look at Casa de Frit0s at Disneyland.
I’ve completed editing on over 300 photos from “One More Disney Day” at Disneyland. Now, layout production begins on the project…
Instead of getting closer to the subject your photographing, move away from your subject and use your optical zoom. This causes what’s known as “perspective compression” and makes the background behind your subject appear closer to them (and thus larger). It can add an interesting element to an otherwise normal shot.
Check out ISO 5571 – Disney Photography Podcast, co-hosted by me, for more great Disney photography tips!
NEWS & RUMORS
Disney Food Blog covers the Disney Fantasy dining menu.
WDW for Grownups reports that free WiFi is now available at all Walt Disney World Resorts.
MiceAge’s Kevin Yee gives a balanced review of Storybook Circus at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom.
Any chance you will be adding dining reviews specific to character dining?? In our trips we’ve done 1900 park fare, plaza, garden grill, donald breakfastasaurus, liberty tree tavern (when they had it ) and cinderellas royal table but looking for a new option! Thinking o’hana breakfast (reliving the moments I stayed at polynesian as a child before it grew out of price range) or chef mickey (yes haven’t done chef mickeys yet). Thoughts?
We’ve only done Chef Mickey’s and ‘Ohana’s breakfasts once each, so no review until we do them once more each. We’ve done Cape May Cafe twice (haven’t done a review yet), and have liked that the best. I’d rank Chef Mickey’s as #2 and ‘Ohana #3, but really, all were AWESOME. You can’t go wrong with any of them! Crystal Palace is another great option (read our review here), especially if you get reservations prior to park opening, as you can get photos all alone on Main Street!
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