Whats better, being early at the parks or late?

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  1. mkjon

    mkjon New Member

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    Last time we went I dont think they did the early and late hours so we're trying to plan when to go.

    Whats less busy and more fun, the early hours or the later ones??
     
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    ukwdwnut New Member

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    we get there for opening and leave at closing, we have never left a park before closing, well why would you ;)
    im not sure about numbers on either but i do much prefer the parks at night all lit up they just look awesome. i think they are more fun at night but thats just IMO :)
     
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    Im with ukwdwnut the nights are so beautiful at all the parks although the early mornings are better for getting onto some busy rides
     
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    ukwdwnut New Member

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    i mean what looks better 1 thru 3

    i rest my case :lol:
     

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    Awesome photos Mick love the night ones do you have a gallery of photos? what camera did you use?
     
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    ukwdwnut New Member

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    thx DS

    ive only got a few on there gallery here and they were scanned so pretty bad quality

    for those photos i used my beloved canon 400D and last trip took nigh on 2000 photos , sad i know :lol:
     
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    I agree theyre some of the best photos of epcot Mick :hug2: would love to see a lot more perhaps you should start a thread and post all 2000 :lol:

    is it easy with that canon you have? I dont think my camera would take photos in that light or perhaps Im using it wrong
     
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    why thankyou :hug2:

    i may have taken that many but there are a lot of fireworks so pretty repetetive

    the thing i did wrong was not practice with it before i went as it was the first time id really used it. a few people told me to try and take them on manual settings but in low light you have to have a tripod imo then i switched to full auto and auto without flash and thats when i got the best results

    what camera do you have?
     
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    that makes me feel like Im actually there Mick :hug2: sigh I wish I was too

    any more photos?
     
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    ukwdwnut New Member

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    i know me too :(

    yes loads and loads and loads and loads and loads :lol:
     
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    :hug2:post them Mick :wiggle:
     
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    ok will do, i have a few chores to do so will go do them, will have to pick out the decent ones then shrink them. so bear with me ok :D
     
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    I like to go early and have abreak and come back in the evening or somtimes go to a different park
     
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    Even though we go into the parks around opening time and don't leave until they close, I do prefer the evenings. I love the look of the parks once daylight goes and the lights come on, it's a lot prettier.
     
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    I'm easily wowed by lights, but I'm such an early bird by nature. It's a real struggle. :D
     
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    We rarely stay late so I would have to say the morning EMH are best for us, especially at DHS since we can normally get to ride TSM twice in a row.
     

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