Photo taken at Queensbay exactly 12am 31 August 2009 🙂

Photography Tips for Fireworks:

  1. Survey the fireworks location before the event starts.
  2. Get in to position 20 – 30 minutes earlier to avoid the crowd.
  3. Compose or frame your shot before the actual firework starts.
  4. A tripod is a must have item.
  5. My Setting: f/11 @ ISO 100 @ 20 second on Manual Mode and set the camera to enable mirror lockup.
  6. Lesson of the day: The first shot is the essential photo because the subsequent shots will be overexposed by the terrible smoke from the firework.

Billy Chan

I am a simple guy. Think Simple. Work Simple.

2 Comments

Psykit · August 31, 2009 at 2:13 pm

I gotta remember that tips, Thanks man…

Billy Chan · August 31, 2009 at 4:32 pm

haha …. You are welcome .

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