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Disneyland: Sunrise to Sunrise – The Outtakes

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As I shared yesterday, the team at TouringPlans has released our first eBook, Disneyland: Sunrise to Sunrise, which is one operational day at Disneyland through photos. As I mentioned in yesterday’s post introducing the book, I am responsible for the photography in the book, and I was also responsible for the design and layout. As I designed the book, I was tasked with narrowing down some 385 photos I had identified as good fits for the book to just over 200 for the finished product. When it comes to my photos, I can be my own worst critic and my own biggest fan, meaning that sometimes photos that I think are hideous others love and photos that I love others find mediocre or worse. Given that, I sought the feedback of the rest of the team with regard to the potential photos for the eBook. Based upon their feedback and my own judgment, I made some difficult cuts.

Here are some of my favorite photos that didn’t make the cut for the finished book:

What do you think? Did I make the right call excluding these photos, or should they have been in the book?

If you want to see the photos that did make the cut, click here to purchase Disneyland: Sunrise to Sunrise.

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Tom Bricker

Tom is an amateur Walt Disney World photographer. He recently married his princess, Sarah, to whom he became engaged at WDW on the beach of the Polynesian Resort in 2007. Tom and Sarah have a miniature dachshund named Walter E. Dogsney and a yellow cat named Yossarian the Cat. Together, Sarah and Tom run the website http://DisneyTouristBlog.com. Tom's photography can be found on his Flickr page (www.flickr.com/tombricker) and he can be contacted via Twitter (@wdwfigment) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/wdwfigment).

5 thoughts on “Disneyland: Sunrise to Sunrise – The Outtakes

  • Echoing what has been said…theses are the rejects? The book must be a wow. Nice work.

  • I love the picture from Its a Small World. I love that ride. I’m planning a WDW trip and I’m sad that florida’s ride isn’t as grand from the outside as the DL one.

  • Is the last picture the locking of the park gate? If so, I think that would have been a great ending to the book. Thank you for your posts and pictures. I always enjoy reading your park adventures.

  • Wow, if these are the “rejects”, I can’t wait to see what’s in the e-book. Tom, your photos are always phenomenal! Ditto the previous comment, are these (or others) available for wallpaper?

  • I LOVE the third shot—sunrise or sunset—as it is a view we rarely get to see. Do you have a hi-def version of this available online? I’m thinking it would be an awesome wallpaper. Thanks for the pictures, and the ebook. Just purchased it.


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