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Getting better Last post I wrote about taking pictures of fireworks. See it here. Today I'm happy to report I'm taking my own suggestions and I'm pleased with it. I idea that we get better with practice is true. I took some time exposures of fireworks and thought I did good, but I knew I cou...
Practice makes better In my last post, "How to photograph Fireworks" I wrote about taking pictures of fireworks. Well, I did my homework, took about 50 pictures last night, of the Macy's 4th of July fireworks, from Staten Island, and made a few adjustments in "Lightroom". You can see the slide...
How to Photograph Fireworks First item you will need, besides a good camera of course, is a tripod. Nobody wants to look at a video that is shaky. I turn that video off right away. Second, try to keep the picture focused at one point, don't zoom in or out. Third, don't get too close or zoom in ...