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    1st time take firework shots. All shots are taken using D60 + EF 17-35mm f2.8 L + Bulb Mode.

    Firework shot 1

    Shutter speed: 7 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    Exposure mode: Manual
    Flash: Off
    Metering mode: Center-weighted average
    Drive mode: Single frame shooting
    ISO: 100

    Firework shot 2

    Shutter speed: 7 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    Exposure mode: Manual
    Flash: Off
    Metering mode: Center-weighted average
    Drive mode: Single frame shooting
    ISO: 100

    Firework shot 3

    Shutter speed: 5 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    Exposure mode: Manual
    Flash: Off
    Metering mode: Center-weighted average
    Drive mode: Single frame shooting
    ISO: 100

    Firework shot 4

    Shutter speed: 6 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    Exposure mode: Manual
    Flash: Off
    Metering mode: Center-weighted average
    Drive mode: Single frame shooting
    ISO: 100
    Last edited by megaweb; 28th July 2002 at 11:28 PM.
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    Firework shot 5

    Shutter speed: 11 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    Exposure mode: Manual
    Flash: Off
    Metering mode: Center-weighted average
    Drive mode: Single frame shooting
    ISO: 100

    Firework shot 6

    Shutter speed: 5 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    Exposure mode: Manual
    Flash: Off
    Metering mode: Center-weighted average
    Drive mode: Single frame shooting
    ISO: 100

    Firework shot 7

    Shutter speed: 6 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    Exposure mode: Manual
    Flash: Off
    Metering mode: Center-weighted average
    Drive mode: Single frame shooting
    ISO: 100

    Firework shot 8

    Shutter speed: 5 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    Exposure mode: Manual
    Flash: Off
    Metering mode: Center-weighted average
    Drive mode: Single frame shooting
    ISO: 100
    Last edited by megaweb; 28th July 2002 at 11:29 PM.
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    Firework shot 9

    Shutter speed: 3 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    Exposure mode: Manual
    Flash: Off
    Metering mode: Center-weighted average
    Drive mode: Single frame shooting
    ISO: 100

    Firework shot 10

    Shutter speed: 5 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    Exposure mode: Manual
    Flash: Off
    Metering mode: Center-weighted average
    Drive mode: Single frame shooting
    ISO: 100
    Last edited by megaweb; 28th July 2002 at 11:29 PM.
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    is this the butterfly ? I like the composition of the shots, shows the grandieur of the fireworks.

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    Beautiful.

    Photo #6 looks like a real keeper to me. I like the dynamism and symmetry!

    If only my digicam can do long exposures without all those hot pixels.... Might want to try my hand at this type of photo shoot too if it weren't for that limiting factor. Sigh.

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    chio lah

    Can I have the original image before cropping?

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    Megaweb... Simply brilliant!

    May it be composition, technical abilities, exposure and other aspect of photography, i would honestly have to applaud you and the effort you put in.

    And of course, once more, you have outdone yourself again!
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    Wah! very nice ah....

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    waaaaah so nice!! buay tahan liao! stop posting!!! arrghhhhhh why i never go!!! arghhhhhhhh *jumps into river*

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    very nice shots megaweb!

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    very good shot. not easy to time the camera with the firework.

    just wondering, how do u guys time the fire work? all pictures with the firework exploded at the top?

    or is it taken 100 shots and 10 shots are good? please let me know that i can prepare myself for the actual day firework.

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    wah nice ar... !

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    nice pics!! hey do you all think it would be possible to capture the
    fireworks from within the stadium??? bec I'll be watching the NDP... but right now it seems gettin firework shots from outside seems to offer better perspective.

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    Originally posted by weg
    nice pics!! hey do you all think it would be possible to capture the
    fireworks from within the stadium??? bec I'll be watching the NDP... but right now it seems gettin firework shots from outside seems to offer better perspective.
    If you are seating near the grandstand area you will be able to get a very good perspective. But you will need a wide angle lens.

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    Wah!!! All ya shots very nice!!!

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    solid man!!!!

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    Originally posted by extreme2


    If you are seating near the grandstand area you will be able to get a very good perspective. But you will need a wide angle lens.
    be sure that u have a protective filter for that lens. otherwise, the residue from the fireworks will get onto the front element of your lens.

    btw, nice shots megaweb. you are at Pebble Bay shoreline?
    Last edited by mervlam; 28th July 2002 at 11:11 PM.

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    Hi

    Those are great shots but perhaps you might want to zoom in or crop it a bit for a tighter photo. Btw would the next fireworks still be at the national stadium this friday?

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    Very beautiful!! Great work!!

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    Thanks for the compliment comments expecting critique comment like overexposed ...


    Originally posted by Perry
    or is it taken 100 shots and 10 shots are good?
    dun think the firework last tt long for u to shoot 100 shots

    Originally posted by mervlam
    you are at Pebble Bay shoreline?
    Yes I was there.

    I think use a lens from 50mm to 100mm will be the best range to shoot the fireworks.
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