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First Time Photographing Fireworks Last Night

 
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Nov 05, 2017 10:57 |  #1

Went to a local park last night to have a very first go at photographing fireworks.

I think I got some reasonable shots

Here's a few of the best ones


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Nov 05, 2017 12:09 |  #2

Good start with them. If you have PS, then Blend Modes will help to assemble single shots into a composition. Look in Firebirds! On shooting fireworks...


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Nov 05, 2017 14:45 |  #3

PhotosGuy wrote in post #18489235 (external link)
Good start with them. If you have PS, then Blend Modes will help to assemble single shots into a composition. Look in Firebirds! On shooting fireworks...

Thanks Frank - much appreciated

Just looked at that thread - the second firework shot is just beyond great, what an amazing capture and something to aspire too

Not got Photoshop, just Lightroom at the mo, but may have to invest soon


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