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Firework Display to Welcome 2012

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5 years 5 months ago #313 by Christian Udarbe
Again, thanks a bunch to Greg and his tutorial on how to photograph fireworks. :)

Same time last year, I had no idea what settings to use since I just started out in photography; fast forward to last night, if I hadn't watched that tutorial, even with a year's experience, I wouldn't know the right settings. :blush:

So Happy New Year Cazillions!


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5 years 5 months ago #836 by Kevin
Fireworks make for fabulous photographs once the technique is leaned. These look great.

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5 years 5 months ago #837 by Christian Udarbe
Thanks Kevin!

I owe it all to Greg ; his video on how to photograph fireworks certainly gave me all I need to know. I doubt I would get these kind of shots if I hadn't watched it ;)


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5 years 5 months ago #840 by Serdar Dikdik
Great photos christian,

the teacher is good and the student learned the lesson very well. 5 starts boy.

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5 years 5 months ago #842 by Christian Udarbe
Thanks Serdar! :)


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5 years 5 months ago #847 by Gregory Cazillo

Christian Udarbe wrote: I owe it all to Greg ; his video on how to photograph fireworks certainly gave me all I need to know. I doubt I would get these kind of shots if I hadn't watched it ;)


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5 years 5 months ago #849 by Andrew Olson
Awesome shots!

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5 years 5 months ago #869 by Serdar Dikdik
christian can you share your iso,shutter, aperture etc.

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5 years 5 months ago #870 by Serdar Dikdik
also which lens I forgot to write above:)

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5 years 5 months ago #873 by Serdar Dikdik
dude I was away for 2 days from the form, even than my karma droped from -1 to -3. even I am away people dont like me:)

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5 years 5 months ago #877 by Tim March
awesome photos! i definitely need to get a cable release/ remote so i can photograph some fireworks

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5 years 5 months ago #879 by Christian Udarbe
Thanks guys!

As for my settings, I used what Greg advised at the video: f/22 (iirc), 4sec exposure, MF at inifinity, and ISO 400.

I used my Sigma 30mm and its smallest aperture of f/16.

Used my IR remote and tripod since it's set at 4secs as to reduce blurring.

I didn't really stay in one spot, I had to look all around for good fireworks displays. So it was a case of always being at your toes and alert :)


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