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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

This week's photo theme is "motion" and it's definitely a theme that I think is a little more complex than some of the other ones we've had and I think that makes for some rather interesting entries this week.

"Lights, Motors, Action Panoramic" by Dennis (dd_indy) of Indianapolis, IN

Having known Dennis for a few years now, I know he is an avid photographer and this panoramic shot he stitched together is something really cool.  I haven't seen something like this before and it's a great effect that you see in the end.  Bravo Dennis!

"R2, Light Speed To Endor!" by Express Monorail

Even though Star Tours is 20 years old, the effect of lightspeed still works for me and it's one of my favorite parts of the ride.  I love how the simulator lurches back and then pitches forward to give that effect of being hurled through space faster than light and it's still exhilarating (and fun!) and this photo captures that moment of intense forward motion.

Photo by Philip Michael Photo

I freely admit I am not a professional photographer, but this shot is one of those cases where the shutter speed is slow (I think) and the Tower of Terror and trees look awesome, but the images in the foreground (the people) have that ghostly effect to them because they are moving but it makes for a pretty neat effect!

Be sure to send us your photos for next week, which will feature the theme of "short".  Any photos you may have from Hollywood Studios that you think fits into the theme of "short" can be sent to us to be featured in this column. 

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