The Partners Statue at Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida is absolutely stunning. I had not seen this statue until the first trip I paid for myself in 2013. I fell in love with it at that time and could not get enough pictures of it. This was one of the first photos I took of The Partners Statue and what I did was converted it to HDR which means high dynamic range. I did that so you would be able to see the statue and the castle in the same picture. This is my favorite picture of The Partners statue because it includes the colors and the fact that the castle is also in it which is also a personal favorite of mine to photograph. It is said that in this statue what is happening is Walt Disney is telling Mickey Mouse that this is as far as he can take him and that there is an empty seat up front near Minnie Mouse and Roy Disney for him. So many people take photos in front of this statue when I visit Magic Kingdom and I love that there are probably a billion photos of it. Another thing I love about this photo is the magical look of it, by using HDR I am able to heighten the colors to achieve that look.
Jayson Lecuyer is an artist from Western Massachusetts who has been photographing weddings for over 10 years now. He specializes in relaxed portraitures in South Hadley, Ma. Northampton Ma, Amherst Ma Enfield, CT and New Haven CT. When he's not taking photos he finds time to draw, golf and play pinball. He is an avid Disney lover and tries to visit Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fl once a year. He uses all Canon gear and his favorite food is pizza. Stay up to date with Jayson's Photography on Facebook by clicking here and on Instagram by clicking here.