Sparks in the Park, Highland, Mi

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dbirdsong

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It took a few hundred pictures last night at the Sparks in the Park fireworks display.
I haven't look all all of them yet, but here are a couple that I like so far.

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All with a D70
10 second exposure, F20
First 2 with a Sigma 24-70
Last one with with a Tokina 12-24
 
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JMartin

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wow

All three are beautiful! I can't wait to see more of them.

Can you post a 100% crop? I am curious to the amount of noise you are getting, I tend to get A LOT of noise in the sky when I shoot anything at night.

Thanks for adding the shooting info, I am going to attempt to shoot some fireworks this week. This will give me a decent starting point.

Joe
 
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kcphotos

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Re: wow

JMartin said:
All three are beautiful! I can't wait to see more of them.

Can you post a 100% crop? I am curious to the amount of noise you are getting, I tend to get A LOT of noise in the sky when I shoot anything at night.
Joe .. what ISO are you set at for night pics? I use ISO 200 with minimal noise in 10-20 second exposures.

For fireworks, I stop down to f22 or so, 10-20 second exposures, and ISO 200 with good results.

Have fun with it :D
 
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dbirdsong

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Thanks to all for your kind words..
I have posted a bunch of fireworks shoots to my website tonight.

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http://www.davebirdsong.com/sparksfireworks/
 

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