Thirty six years ago this month, as a teenager visiting Disney World for the first time, I shot this photo of a monorail going through the Contemporary Resort. I used an early 20th century Kodak bellows camera that I had bought at a church bazaar and restored myself. Borrowing my father’s 1950’s light meter I set the aperture to get the highest shutter speed possible. Then I panned, with out the aid of a tripod, to follow the monorail putting most of the motion blur on the lamps in the foreground (at least that’s how I remember it). This was also my first color photography, normally I only shot monochrome and developed the images myself. For this special family trip my Dad had bought a roll of 120 size color film for me and then paid for the processing.
Monorail going through the Contemporary Resort photo details on its album page.
See more Disney World on the Disney World pages of my photo albums.