Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Disneyland Paris High-Res wallpaper pictures - by Maureen Chaffurin



It's been a while since i did a wallpaper article, and, knowing that lot of you love them, here are some great Disneyland Paris wallpaper pictures, all shoot by the young and talented Maureen.

From the top: Discoveryland entrance, Main Street, Sleeping Beauty Castle, Big Thunder Mountain and Phantom Manor, Swiss Robinson tree, Hakuna Matata restaurant, Story Book Land, Discoveryland marquee, Astroport at the exit of Star Tours.

Some of the pictures were shot at the "magic hour", one hour before sunset, when the light is soft and beautiful. No doubt it will be beautiful too on your computer screen.
There will be a part two next week. Of course, double-click on each picture to get them in big size, and enjoy them all!














Photos: copyright Maureen Chaffurin whom i thanks a lot!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey, love the photos! I've always wondered this (and you've probably answered it before) but what camera do you use for your photos?

john321 said...

Thanks for the beautiful pictures.

Reminds me, the astroport, after it opened somewhere in 1995 it was quite an impressive place. It was filled with interactive stuff you would not find anywhere else.

Last time I visited, the place looked like a dump unfortunately. It was filled with cheap boilerplate arcade games and the big interactive game at the end was not working at all.

Additionally, after two years of anniversary, let's hope they restore the castle to it's former beauty, without the candles, the big 15 and other stuff. The Christmas overlay looks stunning at night, but it looks a bit industrial and clumsy during daytime.

Maureen C said...

Hi ! Thanks for your comment, and for your question !
Many people ask it to me, anyway, i only use a Nikon D40 :) and most of my photos were shooting with a 18-55 lense, but i also have a 55-200 lense and i used it for the last week Disney on Ice report. Maybe someday , i could buy a Canon 5D Mark II but for the moment ...

Anonymous said...

Thanks for replying Maureen =D

Your photos and the other photos on this blog have inspired me to try Disney photography myself. It looks really fun, and the pictures you produce are beautiful! It's funny because the D40 was one the two cameras I was trying to choose between! Thanks again!