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Getting good photos of fireworks is easy.Just follow this instructable...
Camera that has manual settingsTripod
Using a tripod is key, because you're going to be taking exposures that are 2 - 4 seconds long and the camera must remain completely still while the ...
ISO is the 'film' speed that the camera is using. In digital cameras the electronic pickup can capture images at various speeds.You'll want to use a low ISO ...
This is the iris of the camera and the f-stop settings control the aperture.The larger the f-stop number, the smaller the iris is open.What aperture to use depends ...
A 2 - 4 second exposure will get good shot.I used an exposure of 4 seconds for the pictures in this instructable.The main thing to keep in mind ...
Use a low ISO and adjust the f-stop to get the shots you like. Play around with the manual settings to see what effect they have on the ...
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