With the Superbowl now over, what was I going to do next? Go to Disneyland, naturally.
Last week, I got to traipse around the happiest place on earth with the happiest company on earth, as part of our annual company trip. Google flew its west coast employees down to sunny LA, put us up in Anaheim and Disneyland hotels, and granted us free passes to both Disneyland and California Adventures for the day. At night, they reserved the entire park for us, set up bars, DJs, and dance floors, not to mention the most awesome fireworks display I've ever seen.
Scenes from Disneyland:
Outside California Adventures. I love this photo for its washed out, 70's family vacation quality.
Entering Main Street. The colors and vibrancy make it a perfect subject for Lomos. The developed photos actually came out like this, with the black borders. I cropped out the borders on the other pictures, but thought this one looked cool. I don't think I loaded the film properly, but it's a cool effect.
Mickey & Tink! The first thing you see when you enter the Disneyland turnstiles.
You can see Matterhorn peeking out from off in the distance.
The enchanted castle. Not sure why this turned out so washed out.. a bit more than I would have liked. Anyone know how to avoid the glare? Perhaps the shutter was held down too long.
Tommorrowland. I got to ride Space Mountain with the lights on at 1 in the morning!
Teacups. I never get sick of this ride. I get giddy everytime I spin the wheel.
During the trip, I ran into two girls from my high school. It really is a small world after all..
In front of the Haunted Mansion. There was this glare that ruined a bunch of shots on this roll, but it works for this one. Maybe it's an apparition. :)
A barbershop quartet at a store on Main Street. Still trying to figure out the best camera settings for indoor and evening shots, but I like how the stripes came out.
I'm naturally terrible about taking photos, but now that I have my new Diana+ made by those folks over at Lomography, photography is fun again.