|17th of October 2011 (Mon)||#16|
Mr. PMS Himself
Join Date: Sep 2005
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Re: It's Fireworks Time (Tips & Techniques)
You asked about ISO and shutter speeds in the other thread. The answer really lies in what you are hoping to capture. Low ISO and long shutter speeds lend themselves well to capturing multiple bursts or the full progression from moment of launch until the last spark dies out from the burst. High ISO and short shutter times lend themselves well to capturing small bursts, reduced smoke and capturing behind the scenes images...(the pyrotechnicians actually firing the show).
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