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Submit your Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular Photos

Monday, September 19, 2011

Hello Studios Central readers, it is time again for you to submit your own photos to the column. Last time we had a good response to our Pixar Place photos and we hope for an even bigger response this time!

This week we want you to submit any photos you have taken of Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular at Disney's Hollywood Studios. It can be a photo of the show itself, the sign outside the show or the little details that can be found around the entrance.

Send us your photo by submitting it to Studios Central and we will post all the submissions in next weeks column of The Darkroom. It does not matter if you use a point and shoot or dslr - any photo is accepted. We just want to see photos from the show that you have taken!

To get things started, I am posting four photos that I took of the show when I was in Orlando last week. This was my first time photographing this particular show and I was happy with the results I got. I did end up doing some extra processing in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop to get the finished effect I was looking for, but I will not get into that detail here. If you want to read more about my processing for these photos then I invite you to read my column today on Disney Photography Blog.

Be sure to send in your photos from Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular and we will post the submissions in next weeks Darkroom column. Also visit Disney Photography Blog today for details on my processing method for the above photo.

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Each week, Adam and Cory explore the beauty of photography in Disney's Hollywood Studios

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