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Jul 22, 2016 10:08 as a reply to -AP-'s post |
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Thanks Dan for the tactics! I will try this tips and will surely share shots.
B&H has a pretty good article:
Canon 5D Mark IV | 24-70L f/4 | 70-200L f/4 | 17-40L | 85 1.8 | 135L | 50mm STM | 35mm f/2 IS | Powershot G9 X | iPhone 6s
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#1 is from my city's 60th anniversary celebration last week. First time I ever got close enough to shoot at 24mm:
Went to the fireworks in Fairfield, Connecticut with my fiancee last night and brought my 80D and 18-135 to capture some of the fun. This was my first attempt photographing fireworks, but I think they came out great considering.
A few shots from tonight's fireworks show in Ormond Beach, FL. Used my 24-105 lens @ 58mm, f/16, ISO 100, 12 sec. The shots are heavily cropped. I used a 5D Mark III with a remote shutter release in Bulb Mode. Held the button down when I heard the firework going up in the air and released the button when the firework faded, which seemed to be at the 12 second mark. I adjusted the aperture to F/20 or 22 as the fireworks got brighter. Not bad for not having shot them in a few years. Of course, these were shot on a tripod.
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