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Never done fireworks before, only had a few good shots... next time I need to remember to turn the noise reduction off so the cam doesn't get backed up. I wish this was full frame, but I think it came out ok.

 

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I like this. The silhouettes of the foreground really enhance the quality of the shot.
In the future, consider getting even more of that in the frame.

Nicely done.
 

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Nice, what are using?
 

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Yes looks good, nicely composed shot.

What settings did you shoot on ? How long did you open the shutter for ?
 
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Thanks everyone. This was done with my Nikon 55-300 4.5-5.6G ED using f5 @ 1/6... ISO jacked to 800 though.
 

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That's why I HATE Flickr... they make it dammed near impozzible to get the EXIF data.

Thanks everyone. This was done with my Nikon 55-300 4.5-5.6G ED using f5 @ 1/6... ISO jacked to 800 though.

You sure? That whole event in one sixth of a second? Seems awful fast for fireworks. I can see 6 seconds, though.
 
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That's why I HATE Flickr... they make it dammed near impozzible to get the EXIF data.

Thanks everyone. This was done with my Nikon 55-300 4.5-5.6G ED using f5 @ 1/6... ISO jacked to 800 though.

You sure? That whole event in one sixth of a second? Seems awful fast for fireworks. I can see 6 seconds, though.

Correction, f22 @ 2s. I was looking at another pic from the set.
 

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