I tried to capture the memory of the approach to It's a Small World Holiday in this shot, compressing the shot with a telephoto lens and really honing in on the facade. This gives a different feel than most of my other shots, which are wide angle and actually make the building seem farther away, despite the camera being positioned closer (a reflection of how a telephoto compresses perspective). So what do you think? Is this framing a more spectacular composition, or do you prefer the wide angle view?
|It's a Small World Holiday never fails to look spectacular during the holidays.|