Hollywood Studios: The Sorcerer's Hat
I know there are many who dislike the Sorcerer's Hat, but I happen to enjoy it. It's not an artistic masterpiece by any stretch of the imagination, but it serves as an interesting centerpiece. If you use the angles correctly, you can walk away with some pretty cool shots as well.
My current gripe stems from the disgusting stage they've put around it. Why do that? It really diminishes the value of the photograph if you take it head on, just like a crane would (and does) behind Cinderella Castle.
Even so, shooting from underneath yields (and always has) the best results in my opinion, because you can create a dynamic scene. I like what I walked away with, ultimately, and hope you all do as well.
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