HOW TO Take Photos of Fireworks with a Digital Camera

HOW TO Take Photos of Fireworks with a Digital Camera

Digfwa0603 I’ll be Geotagging some photos in Seattle, WA. Happy 4th, Makers! Regardless of the camera equipment you use, making good photos of fireworks can be challenging. Here are some basic things to consider whenever you are shooting a pyrotechnics display. If you have any fun MAKE moments over the holiday, send them along! Link.

6 thoughts on “HOW TO Take Photos of Fireworks with a Digital Camera

  1. usbrit says:

    I had ago and was pretty pleased with the results:
    Canon EOS 20D, 100asa, Manula mode, f16, 5 sec exposure, tripod.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/usbrits/sets/543367/
    usbrit

  2. usbrit says:

    I had ago and was pretty pleased with the results:
    Canon EOS 20D, 100asa, Manual mode, f16, 5 sec exposure, tripod.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/usbrits/sets/543367/
    usbrit

  3. usbrit says:

    I had ago and was pretty pleased with the results:
    Canon EOS 20D, Manual mode, f16, 5 sec exposure, tripod.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/usbrits/sets/543367/
    usbrit

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