Winter Fireworks

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  1. skithe49th

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    Heres some Fireworks at the local mountain in Girdwood. one was vefore a tripod then the other two were with a tripod. please share feedback and critiques.

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    Very neat shots, I really like them all.
     
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    Awesome, #2 is really nice. Great composition. What was the celebration?
     
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    #2 looks surreal
     
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    Yeah, #2 is wacky! (in a good way ;) )
     
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    Those are incredible! What kind of camera and lens did you use?
     
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    Wow, I really love 1 and the angle of the fireworks coming from the hill.
     
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    They're all amazing...but 2 is my favourite. Looks almost like it was planned just to be a photograph. Framed perfectly with trees, and a great deal of depth. the dynamic range is awesome, and everything is properly exposed... it would be cool if the fireworks were larger like the first one...but other than that it's awesome.

    I like the little dotted line effect in the first one on the blue one.
     
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    wow! with the snow, they look surreal! #2 is crazy good!
     
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    Thanks I shot it actually on my friends Pentax K10D 50-200m lens it was a fun night celebrating the kickoff to the US nationals at Alyeska Resort in Girdwood. - Thanks Eric for the camera
     
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    I think the first two are spectacular. You should feel good about those ones.
     
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    Amazing. Did you say you didn't use a tripod on one? Great set. Kyle
     

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