Last weekend, I took a lens to Disneyland that I haven't taken to Disneyland before--my Sigma 150-600mm super telephoto zoom lens that I purchased last year to take wildlife photos at national parks. This is well beyond my usual zoom lens I bring to the parks--a fast, 70-200mm f/2.8 Nikkor product. And while the sigma is a variable aperture that goes from a minimum of f/5 on the short end to f/6.3 on the long end, it does provide some fun compression opportunities. Naturally, with the tabebuias out in bloom, I had to take the shot up Main Street, U.S.A., honing in on the Partner Statue and the blossoming pink trees that surround it. Here's a series of how that turned out!
|Sleeping Beauty Castle and The Hub as photographed all the way from Town Square.|
|And closer still to Walt and Mickey!|
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