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  1. rallysman

    rallysman TPF Noob!

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    Lots of pix from the previous evening... so I'll share mine as well.
    Happy 4th!

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    Just a few....Still pretty lit, so I'll touch 'em up when I'm a bit more focused. C&C still welcome.
     
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    #2 my fave. The other ones are meh.
     
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    rallysman TPF Noob!

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    What do you think it is that makes #2 less meh than the others?
     
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    #1, 2- excellent foreground and background. this is a near perfect fireworks composition. you can see where they were taken at which gives them depth and scale. the fireworks don't need to be take perfectly because you have more than fireworks to look at.

    the rest are better in this sense than most, but not as good
     
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    Thanks! That's kind of what I was going for. I wanted to show more than just the fireworks. Fireworks alone are pretty easy, but it's tough to give them a sense of scale. I'll post a few more when I dig through the ones I shot.
     

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