Last trip to Disney in January, I again tried challenging myself to take some POTC photos in the ride with my manual focus Voigtlander lens on my NEX-5N body. It adds a little more difficulty to things - as I'm used to autofocusing and using a stabilized lens, and here I'm using a tiny, pure manual, unstabilized, rangefinder lens! But it's fun to challenge oneself!: I tried a few times to do a white balance correction on RAW photos to 'correct' levels, losing all the red and yellow lighting, but I find for some reason I don't like it as much even though it looks more daylight-realistic - because as I go through the ride, I see all that heavy red lighting as part of the atmosphere, and how I remember it, so I tend to leave the red color cast alone. It's fun shooting this manual-focus - though in July I'll likely be experimenting with a new autofocus F1.8 lens I picked up.