Fireworks

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  1. BigknockHawk

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    I took these shots maybe 12-14 years ago on 35mm film. When they were developed I got a CD with the images on them. I took them on my Minolta 7000i body. I can't remember what lens I was using. I had B&W film in and wasn't sure how they would turn out, especially since fireworks are all about the color. But as I looked at these, the more I liked them. The B& W really gets down to the shape and force of the fireworks. I have done absolutely no post processing to these, but still really like them.

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    Frequency Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    They are all wonderful works.... :D
     
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    WOW they are beautiful
     
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    What setting did you use for the fireworks? and did you use a flash? and what type of flash did you use?
     
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    Well done, love how much they pop!
     
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    Awesome work! They're that much more impressive knowing that there's no post processing in there!

    I, too, would be interested in knowing the settings you used, if of course you could remember them a decade and a half later! Haha.

    ---Chris
     

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