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Fireworks

Discussion in 'Night, InfraRed, and UltraViolet Photography' started by allstar25, Jul 5, 2008.

  1. These are some from the Columbus, NC Festival. This is my first time shooting fireworks. All shot with the D40 and 55-200 mm at ISO 200 and Aperature of f/9. Shutterspeeds from 1-5 sec. Used a tripod and remote.

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    And the finale...
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    I'm just 16 and I had some women and her younger (8-10 yr old) children standing right behind me while I was taking the pictures. I don't think that they watched the fireworks, just my LCD on the camera to see if I had got the shot. LOL :smile:

    C and C welcome. Please!!!
     
  2. fantastic job
    you did very well

    in #s 2 and 3....
    i'd take a moment and CLONE OUT the tree in the bottom left-hand corner of the images... more seen in image #2

    well done
     
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