I love fireworks! :| All comments are welcome

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by rangerman, Jul 1, 2010.

  1. rangerman

    rangerman TPF Noob!

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    Being new to fireworks shooting, I only practiced 3 times. (when opportunity presented itself).

    Here's a better one.
    All comments are welcome!
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    Robin Usagani Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    The frame effect is no good :)
     
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    ok...i was a sucker for frames at one time, ignore the frame. thanks.
     
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    *definitely ignoring the frame*

    Did you shoot this with a tripod? Because I get the feeling you didn't. I quite like the shot and your timing ( always miss the moment. I find capturing fireworks a real pain.), but either the exposure was to long (or to short...) or the shot is blurred by camera movement.
     
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    I used a tripod. but did not use the mirror lock function. I only waited for the bursting time and captured in short succession (exposure is short). But I used continuous mode and hence generated some blur.....timing was hard (i use continous shots ). If I don't ,I will miss the moment. this is my problem. Need advise. I want all the firework to "open" at the same time.

     

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