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  1. #81
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    Re: Post your Firework Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by cwgrizz View Post
    Lots of great shots posted. I did notice that no two seemed to have the same shutter speed even though ISO and aperture were the same. My question to anyone who posted here, are you using a cable release and a bulb shutter speed set? Hold the shutter open as long as there is "sparkles" in the air and then close it. I am assuming that is why the various shutter speeds.

    I have to admit that I was too lazy to travel the 30 miles to try my hand at fireworks shots.
    I also used bulb and a cable release. I tried using a set 4-8 second shutter release before, and it just didn't work.

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    Re: Post your Firework Photos

    Post your Firework Photos
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    I got stuck way too close and had to use a 10mm Roko. It turned out ok but the Zeiss 35mm f/2 Distagon is much better lens. Next Corn Festival I will be better prepared and secure a better spot.

  3. #83
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    Re: Post your Firework Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Krs_2007 View Post
    I did last year and got light pollution from street lights along the bottom of the image, so tried to avoid that, it didn't work like I expected. I knew better but tried it anyway.
    Your 24-85 and 18-35 are what you want. If you look towards the end of the thread I got stuck very close to the show and the only thing that saved me from my decision to just shoot with a 35 or 58mm was me throwing the 10mm Rokonin in the bag because I had room. In the future all I'll have is a 10mm Roko, 20mm f/1.8, 28mm voightlander, and Zeiss 35mm f/2. I shot a fourth with a 80-400G and ending up having to go back 6 blocks and missed half the show.

  4. #84
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    Re: Post your Firework Photos

    Thought I would wake up this thread for those of you that took firework shots.

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    Re: Post your Firework Photos

    Post your Firework Photos
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  6. #86
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    Re: Post your Firework Photos

    I have to wait till Sunday. Our town is having a fest July 4th - July 7th and is ending the fest with Fireworks. I'm going to be on a roof top shooting over roof tops about a 1/2 mile away. Did it last year and didn't turn out that bad





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