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  1. #91
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    Re: Post your Firework Photos

    Post your Firework Photos
    I asked in a Facebook photography group about sparkler photos with rear curtain sync and a rim light. Someone asked me if people don't tend to do steel wool fireworks for that sort of thing. So...I searched for it. *gulp* Wow!

    Definitely do NOT attempt it around anything flammable. The guy wears cotton and eye protection as a precaution.




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  2. #92
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    My harddrive is FULL, and since Photoshop is a big RAM hog, I'm not finishing my edits right now. But when I did attempt one, I quickly hit a hiccup with the brightness. Then I came across this Scott Kelby video which gives info on combining images to make what appears to be a finale as well as a couple different ways to edit individual fireworks images. One quick edit is to duplicate the image as a second layer then change the blend mode to screen (I think it's right before the 3-minute mark). He also explains how to edit them in Camera RAW.

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  3. #93
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    Re: Post your Firework Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    I came across this Scott Kelby video....
    Cindy, I'm not seeing anything other than a black box in your previous 2 posts. Are you able to see the vids on your end?
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  4. #94
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangerspouse View Post
    Cindy, I'm not seeing anything other than a black box in your previous 2 posts. Are you able to see the vids on your end?
    Yes - I even just logged out, went to the home page, then came back here and could still see both videos. Even after logging back in, they are visible. But it would be helpful if one or two other members let us know if they can see them.
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    Re: Post your Firework Photos

    I see them

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    Yes - I even just logged out, went to the home page, then came back here and could still see both videos. Even after logging back in, they are visible. But it would be helpful if one or two other members let us know if they can see them.
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  6. #96
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    Re: Post your Firework Photos

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    Here's what spinning steel wool looks like...

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  7. #97
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    Re: Post your Firework Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    Yes - I even just logged out, went to the home page, then came back here and could still see both videos. Even after logging back in, they are visible. But it would be helpful if one or two other members let us know if they can see them.
    Huh. I just checked the site on my wife's iPad and the videos are showing up there, so it must be a setting on my PC. Sorry 'bout that!
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    Re: Post your Firework Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    My harddrive is FULL, and since Photoshop is a big RAM hog, I'm not finishing my edits right now. But when I did attempt one, I quickly hit a hiccup with the brightness. Then I came across this Scott Kelby video which gives info on combining images to make what appears to be a finale as well as a couple different ways to edit individual fireworks images. One quick edit is to duplicate the image as a second layer then change the blend mode to screen (I think it's right before the 3-minute mark). He also explains how to edit them in Camera RAW.


    I see a grey box with a cloud and two circles under it, like it's thinking.
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    Re: Post your Firework Photos

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    For anyone having trouble accessing the YouTube videos, here are the direct links.

    Steel wool fireworks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnRcDtMniVE

    Scott Kelby video on how to edit fireworks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNAeAKm41lE&t=1s
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  10. #100
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    Re: Post your Firework Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Dangerspouse View Post
    Huh. I just checked the site on my wife's iPad and the videos are showing up there, so it must be a setting on my PC. Sorry 'bout that!
    Check again on your PC. Shows up now on mine.
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