Photographing fireworks in the old U.S. of A.

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Fireworks by jarito at Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/seno/3623345475/sizes/l/

I wrote a post last year before the Fourth of July, one of our two big events for the purveyors of all things explosive, about how to photograph fireworks. I won’t trod all of those tips out again here, but will simply point you back to the post in case you didn’t see it. It’s simple stuff but can make a difference if you want to achieve decent results.

Happy shooting!

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  1. Hunter says:

    Five months ago we watched a fireworks competition and although some photos turned out satisfactory, the rest could have been better. I’m going over there and get some tips.

  2. taffy says:

    This is such a very nice and beautiful fireworks.Nice shot. I love it 🙂 ,thanks for sharing.

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