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Pixelmania! Registration Form – IT’S FREE!

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Pixelmania Survery #1

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Digital Camera Crop Factor Explained

We here at The Magic in Pixels speak a lot of the “lens magnification factor” or “crop factor” or “zoom equivalent”.  All three terms mean roughly the same thing, but what the heck does it […]

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Download a Pixelmania! Brochure

  The Magic in Pixels is pleased to announce the brand-new Pixelmania! brochure.  This exciting publication gives just a hint of the fun and festivities that Pixelmania! will be all about.  If you want todownload […]

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Announcing Pixelmania!

The Magic in Pixels proudly announces it’s first signature event, PIXELMANIA! Walt Disney World Resort, December 3 – December 6. A gathering of photography, friends, and fun.    WHAT IS PIXELMANIA! ? Pixelmania! is a […]

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Exposure Compensation Quick Tip

When taking this photograph of the skeletal pirate inside World of Disney at Downtown Disney, the original image came out woefully underexposed.  The reason the image was underexposed was due to the fact that the […]

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Photographing Moving Water

People who know me know that I often preach about making sure your camera’s shutter speed is fast enough to ensure that you are stopping the action and not getting a blurry photo.  Of course, […]

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Blurry Photos: Causes and Fixes

One of the most disappointing and frustrating things at the end of your Disney vacation is coming home with a bunch of blurry photos.  Nobody wants to see blurry photos or out of focus photos […]

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Spaceship Earth: Then and Now

Spaceship Earth has always been my favorite attraction in Epcot, and is right up there with my favorites in all of Walt Disney World Resort. It was with great sadness that I walked onto the […]

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