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Firework Photography

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Firework Photography

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  1. Use A Tripod It is important that your camera remains still during shoot, because you can use your camera at Long Shutter Speeds. A tripod is the best option for that. Remote Access Use the remote release device to shoot. Another way is to use the “SELF TIMER”.

  2. Framing Your Shot The most important thing of photographing firework is where to aim. Follow this tips to get perfect click’s :- 1 Reach Out The location before time 2 Watch Your Horizons 3 Horizontal or Vertical 4 Remember Your Framing. Focal Length? The hardest part is to focus your camera on the sky at the right time because you are using longer focal length. “Use Wider Focal Length”, it gave you the option to fill the frame with great color.

  3. Aperture Aperture is the most important thing during Firework Photography. Maximum people think that fast lens is best but in reality it is opposite to that. Use aperture in the mid to small range (f/10 to f/16) Shutter Speed Another important thing in firework photography is the shutter speed. Use the ‘BULB’ mode to slow down the speed.

  4. ISO Always shoot at low ISO. This will give you a clear shot. Use ISO 100. Turn Off Your Flash Turn off your flash while shooting on the firework. Remember that your flash range is only a few meters and if you use it they only add some smoke.

  5. Shoot In Manual Mode Auto focusing in low light is troubling for lots of cameras. Use manual exposure and manual mode for the best shoot. Once the focus and exposure is set you don’t need to change it. Track Result Do a quick Check your shoot at starting point so you can make changes to focus or any other problem. Take some shoot of people, landmarkor building. Source :- http://digital-photography-school.com/how-to-photograph-fireworks

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