Disneyland Paris

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Disneyland is not just a place for children. For sure, Lomographers can have so much fun here ! Just look these to be sure !

Created in 1992, Disneyland Paris is the fourth Disney Park in the world, and the only one in Europe. Located 32 kilometers from Paris, it is the main touristic location in Europe with more than 14 millions people in 2007. In fact, Disneyland Paris is separated in two places : the first park, and Walt Disney Studios, dedicated to Cinema, and opened in 2002.

Here is for the historical things. Let’s talk now about what is really interesting here for a lomographer : the colours, the people, the children running everywhere, the buildings, etc. Everything here is a subject for your camera ! And if you have a sunny day and cross-process your film, the results are just amazing.

To me, Disney main color is Red, that’s why I loaded my LC-A with a Sensia roll. And doubled it when finished, to try to show as much stuffs as possible.

This was maybe the fifth time that I went to Disneyland Paris, but the first with my camera. But it surely won’t be the last one !

written by thaiseb on 2009-07-17 in #world #locations #disneyland #disney #lc-a #sensia #paris #walt-disney #park #mickey #france

5 Comments

  1. lomosexual_manboy
    lomosexual_manboy ·

    Wow, you got some crazy sweet shots. Doing the doubles was a good idea.

  2. eyecon
    eyecon ·

    Really nice results. 14 + 15 are my favs.

  3. dfred
    dfred ·

    cool bonne idée ;)

  4. stouf
    stouf ·

    So many great shots ! Bravo !

  5. prettyflowers
    prettyflowers ·

    Wonderful shots. 8-11 are my favs.

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