First time shooting fireworks

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  1. DanF89

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    I randomly decided to shoot fireworks on the 4th. Let me know what you think. Do these look alright for a first try? I stayed around 2 sec. @ f/11 and ISO 200.

    Thanks,
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    Anybody?
     
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    All of them came out very well but I like the last one the best. The people and the context give a great sense of scale. Good work.
     
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    Very nice! I usually use f/11 to f/16 with ISO around 200 or less also. I especially like the framing between the trees. Good work!
     
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    I really like the last one best because it has something other than just fireworks in the photo. :)
     
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    First one for me, interesting to see blue sky behind it...
     

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