My first attempt at fireworks, cratique me please.... 56k beware....

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  1. BadRotation

    BadRotation TPF Noob!

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    Here are a few photos from the local fireworks display today. They put on a good show for memorial day, and I was only about 100 feet from where they were launching them.

    This was using my 20d kit lens, since it is the only lens I own that was wide enough....

    Anyways, what do you guys think?

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  2. darin3200

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    I think I'm jealous :drool: The colors and time you captured the fireworks are amazing.
    What was your shutter speed on these?
     
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    Great job Bad. Your exposures are very good. You may have been a bit close on some of these but they are still good. Hard to go wrong with firewworks.
     
  4. BadRotation

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    eposures were between 10 and 15 seconds in Tv mode


    exif info should still be intact on the pictures..
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I think they are just GREAT!
    Lovely colours. Exposure spot on!
    The third and fifth photo are my favourites by far! A pity some sparkles went out of the frame, but alas! you can't have it all.
     
  6. Raymond J Barlow

    Raymond J Barlow TPF Noob!

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    nice job, looks like you had a good time with that! cool colours, and awesome exposures!
     
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    just amazing photos :thumbup: :smileys: :wav: :wav:
     
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    Excellent work. All of these are just amazing.
     
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    awesome shots... great job... i feel like i'm there with ya!...
     
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    Great shots! Looks like you had a really great spot for the show.
     
  11. Canoncan

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    I think you should be proud of them. I wish they were a tad smaller with spaces in between. It was tough to get just one pic on my monitor. The shots were ver very good.
     
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    Hey Bad, these are just great!
     

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