Saturday, May 29

2010 Epcot Flower & Garden Festival | Orlando Florida Event Photography

It's odd to think that I have lived in Florida all of my life and had never been to Epcot. I finally had the chance to visit last month, and what a great time to go, as a photographer – during the 2010 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival! Wow, what a great festival they had too. The flowers were amazing, and I was mesmerized by the Disney characters made out of flowers and plants (topiaries). I also did something I couldn't believe I was going to do...travel to a great photo destination without my DSLR. I decided to give my Canon S90 pocket camera a whirl, in the name of sightseeing in comfort. I saw other photographers carrying loads of equipment, and even saw one carrying a whole slew of equipment that must have weighed 40 pounds, around the park. I played it like your typical tourist with my little pocket cam and was worried about what kind of shots I was getting all day, but, I was actually pleasantly surprised with the results from the little S90. I compiled some of my favorite shots from the day below. Please feel free to visit my complete gallery from the 2010 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival.
EpcotSpaceship Earth at Epcot
Lady and The TrampLady and the Tramp
Epcot Palm TreesPalm Trees
Daisy DuckDaisy Duck Roasting Marshmallows
Flowers
Epcot
Flowers
GoofyGoofy
Flowers
The Lion KingThe Lion King
Flowers
Mickey Mouse and Minnie MouseMickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse the Farmers

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I am a portrait and fine art photographer, servicing the Central Florida area. I have had a love of photography for as long as I can remember. Having spent 15+ years of my adult life as a graphic designer, I knew I had a creative mind and a visual eye for things. While design was my forte, I always carried a camera everywhere, and somehow was the "designated photographer" at just about every event I attended. But, it wasn't until I picked up my first "real camera," a Nikon DSLR, in 2008, that I really knew photography was what I was meant to do with my life! I photographed everything in sight, after getting that camera. But, I knew early on that I was meant to photograph people. I just genuinely love faces! All faces. I could look at faces all day long. Faces are just beautiful to me. Doesn't matter the age, the color, the shape or the size. I find nothing more fascinating then faces.
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