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16 Tips For How To Shoot Fireworks

https://ift.tt/Ve7x02 Click Here to read all 16+3 tips for shooting fireworks. It's that time of year where the fireworks come out to play. But how in the world do you capture fantastic images of them? Do you raise your ISO up very high because it's dark out? Where do I focus because my auto focus wont lock in? There are so many questions people have when it comes to photographing fireworks but I am here to give you what I think are the easiest tips to help you get successful photos this year. These tips are in no particular order. Tripod: A tripod is integral to getting the best results. You will want one that is sturdy and wont shake terribly to much when people are walking around and fireworks are going off. If there is shake it will be seen in your images being that you will be using a longer shutter speed. When it comes to setting up your tripod it probably is not the best idea to set it up to low to the ground. The reason being is that some people stand during the fireworks and you don't want them blocking your shots last minutes. Get there early and OWN your spot: You know you will be taking photos so get on the scene early to get your spot. You want to make sure you have a clear view of where the fireworks will be. You want to make sure that your view will not be obstructed by people or tress. Last but not least protect your spot by putting down a blanket or something that defines your spot. What Lens Should I Use: A lot will depend on how far you are away from the fireworks. I have had great results with a 24-70 on a FX camera and a 17-50 on a DX camera. You probably will be on the wider side of the zoom range to capture full explosions in the sky. I would not suggest ultra wide angle lens unless the scene calls for capturing a lot of the surroundings in the image. Keep in mind that having a 2.8 or 1.4 lens is not integral to getting fantastic results. As you will find out below your F stop will not be wide open. Click the link above for the rest of the tips. To connect with FroKnowsPhoto please follow below https://ift.tt/1bdd5yY Check out the FroKnowsPhoto Flash Guide. https://ift.tt/13cunqL FroKnowsPhoto Beginner Guide https://ift.tt/KcuL1f Facebook: https://ift.tt/KcuL1g Twitter : http://www.twitter.com/froknowsphoto Google + : https://ift.tt/1jbRwOZ Please Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=jaredpolin
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