A&P D70 and fireworks

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  1. BLKDVLGSX

    BLKDVLGSX OT Supporter

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    These were taken tonght with manual/night landscape modes
    I love this camera
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    The ones with the blacker sky.
     
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    first one is great! :bowdown:
    rest are good :bigthumb:
     
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    thx, i got about 60 more to upload :hs:
     
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    they're meh. The 3rd from the bottom is probably the best...especially when talking about composition. I read a bunch of articles on shooting fireworks and all point out the biggest mistake besides not having a tripod is having your bursts cropped.

    Personally speaking, I always shoot fireworks (at least the shells) in a portrait fasion so you can see the trails as well as the burst.

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    EXIF info can be viewed at my DA page: http://www.deviantart.com/view/8620251/
     

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