Walt and Mickey in Legends Plaza
Sculpture in Legends Plaza
Dopey Drive Sign
The New Animation Building
The Old Animation Building
Here are a few pictures of the camera itself. I really recommend trying this out if you have any interest in photography! The first picture shows the camera without the film rolls attached on both sides. The shutter is manual. Whenever you want to take a picture, you pull the cardboard out for as long as you need to expose the film to the light and then close it whenever you are finished. Most shots that I took were opened for about 4 seconds or so, but I would do less the next time I shoot.
This second photo shows the camera with the film rolls connected. One roll is full, the other is empty. I spliced together the end of the empty roll and the beginning of the new roll with tape, so that when I crank the empty roll, it unravels the active roll. The film is fed behind the match box tray (which has a small rectangular hole about 1" wide by .5" tall. This creates a frame for your photo. The imperfections of the cut can be seen at the edge of the photos. They appear to be pretty rough in the photos. I also used an empty film canister as a base, since the camera would not otherwise stand on its own. Below is the look of the final camera that I used for the photos above.