The 4th of July Fireworks are about to burst in the sky! Enjoying the moment is easy... capturing the moment is difficult.
Taking pictures of fireworks has always proved to be a tough task. Leo Calagaz from Calagaz Photo joined us with some thoughts on how to get great pictures of fireworks.
Here are some of the things to think about:
Change your approach. We're used to treating light as a way to illuminate a subject, but in the case of fireworks you should treat the light as the subject.
Use a tripod and a remote shutter release. Check your camera settings. Capture what is happening around you – fireworks light up the crowd and surrounding buildings and can make for very appealing pictures. Try to get people's reactions in the shot.
Take LOTS of pictures. It doesn't cost extra to take pictures with a digital camera. The more pictures you take increases your chances of getting the perfect image.
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