Breathtaking photos of sea creatures by Mark Laita. Pair with these gorgeous illustrations of marine beings based on Indian mythology.
its been a while since ive posted-posted, since i dont really have anything to post about. if you’re interested in following my regular blog that i update 24/7 you can check that out. its not a disney blog but i do post disney stuff, along with the office, parks and rec, and beautiful photographs.
otherwise feel free to ask any questions about the dcp that you might have. im a completely open book and love getting asks! :)
i was there for that! i have a tshirt to prove it!
Disney’s Pocahontas - Original “Finale” Rough Edit
Brb, I’ll be in the corner, crying.
THIS IS WHY WE CAN’T HAVE NICE THINGS
ACTUAL TEARS FROM MY FACE
too busy loving storyboard sketches. love charcoal. love these. UGH I CANT HANDLE IT
they just asked me if i had any experience with a DSLR/photography and if so what was it. they shoot with Nikon D90s and SB-900’s so if you know how to use that model camera and flash definitely let them know that. there werent any technical questions or anything really to do with photography. dont sweat it, just be relaxed and remember to smile while you’re talking— it really does make a difference!! :)
Someone on my facebook feed just posted that they dont understand the power of disney.
im gonna talk about this for a second.
i didnt understand it either, i thought it was just a bunch of movies i loved when i was a child. id been to disney probably 7 times before i did my CP. and then i went there and i worked. yes, there were a bunch of entitled fucktards who just wanted a free turkey leg, yes, there were too many strollers, and yes, there were a lot of people there who were rude and terrible to everyone. I had a woman tell me that only children under the age of 13 should be allowed to meet the characters. On the other hand, I met children who were dying, children who were literally on life support that was attached to their wheelchair as they were meeting pooh and tigger, I met families whose children didn’t make it to their make a wish trip and carried a photograph of their child around the parks with them. I met these children and families who were so grateful for their time there and the opportunity to be there and spend this time with their family.
as much as i was unahppy with my job, this place changed my life forever.
it touched me to see so many families come together over a name, over a mouse. because this company, these movies, these characters, and this place means so much to them. it meant hope and happiness. and to these kids it meant that they could do the unthinkable. they could dance with cinderella, they could sit and chat with ariel, they can truly be a princess or pirate for a day or longer. i cant explain to you the happiness and emotion that this place created because it’s something you cant just hear about and believe, you have to witness it and experience it.
i know walt would be thrilled with what he has created and done for so many hundreds of thousands of people. this company stands for so much to so many people and its a shame to me that not everyone will be able to experience what i experienced during my short lived time in the magic kingdom.
by the way, Ethan Rivera holds the copyright to the above photograph. Hes currently an entertainment cast member and is quite good friends with pirates, dogs, and even a prince. Ive attached the link to his blog below.
Alien Encounter at the Magic Kingdom - full video experience.
I miss this attraction so much, even now.
because in case you forgot..let me remind you how terrifying this ride actually was. and if you were never experienced this as a 7 year old child you really missed out.
anyone else remember when this wasnt stitch, instead it was a HUGE FUCKING ALIEN THAT WAS GOING TO EAT YOU AND IT WAS BREATHING ON THE BACK OF YOUR NECK AND SPITTING IN YOUR HAIR AND PUSHING ITSELF DOWN ON YOUR SHOULDERS because i do. vividly.