Onto the Holiday Gardens
When I went to Shanghai Disneyland six years ago, the park had a no tripod policy, similar to the Tokyo Disney Resort. Though the use of a miniature tripod like a Gorillapod seemed okay, the policy meant that I couldn't use regular tripods to set up for crisp, composed night shots in the middle of a walkway area or wherever I fancied. This required more creative measures when I was photographing at night, including placing the camera on a low perspective or propping on railings or light poles to stabilize the long exposures. These presented mixed results, but this photos below looking past Mickey Avenue and onto the nighttime skyline of the Gardens of Imagination turned out kind of cool!
|A gaze upon the Enchanted Storybook Castle and Gardens of Imagination Christmas tree at Shanghai Disneyland.|