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How to Photograph Fireworks (suggested settings: ISO 50 - f/5.6 to 11 ISO 100 - f/8 to 16 ISO 200 - f/11 to 22 and of course use a tripod)

How to Photograph Fireworks (suggested settings: ISO 50 - f/5.6 to 11 ISO 100 - f/8 to 16 ISO 200 - f/11 to 22 and of course use a tripod)

How to get the best fireworks shot.   [Tips by Juan Sicardi]   Use a tripod, manual focus set to infinity, ISO 100-400 (experiment what works best for you), apertures at and above f/8 and long shutter speeds (1-6 seconds).     Take a LOT of shots, using a remote control or delayed exposure to avoid camera shake.        Shots from my 1st fireworks shootout on Victoria day; approx 200 meters from the fireworks.     [Image from piscuison's Fireworks Flickr stream]

How to get the best fireworks shot. [Tips by Juan Sicardi] Use a tripod, manual focus set to infinity, ISO 100-400 (experiment what works best for you), apertures at and above f/8 and long shutter speeds (1-6 seconds). Take a LOT of shots, using a remote control or delayed exposure to avoid camera shake. Shots from my 1st fireworks shootout on Victoria day; approx 200 meters from the fireworks. [Image from piscuison's Fireworks Flickr stream]

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