The fireworks paled in comparison to those at Singapore Fireworks Festival in August 2006.
Here are 2 of my takes on CNY eve with my Nikon 5700 (arrived at 11.35pm and was surprise that still got space for me to shoot, albeit not the best of locations) :
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My shots from 19 Feb ... Smoke reduction processing was purposely not done to preserve the smoke coz fireworks are 烟花, where's the 烟 when its removed ...
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Nikon D7000 + 18-105mm kit, 55-200mm VR, 35mm f1.8, SB-600
hi all... recently just started taking photo of firework... but was still trying to find a way to go to the ECP(bridge) that side... but couldn't find a way to get there... anyone can help me by maybe in words... dun have to bring me personally... haha... i have seen alot of photography seem to be at the ECP... from the street directory it seem like there is no way to go there unless u have a car....
From another thread, hope it helps..
Last night i went to take fireworks and is too smoky.
Lucky have few pic. without much smoke.
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hmm... good advice about the vibration and the danger there... but i still wanna give that spot a try... i try it at esplanade area before... alittle too crowded... hate crowded area... hopefully the vibration won't spoil my photo...
anyway thanks guys... happy new year
is there any way to get rid of the smoke? i took some pics but most got too much smoke.......
here's mine guys hope you like it.
the next one will be this Sat and Sun ? 7th and 8th day of Lunar New Year.
This spot is too near to the firing spots unlike some years back when they fired from some barges in the middle of Marina Bay.
On the Benjamin Sheares Bridge, you would need to shoot in portrait frame in order to get the high ones into the frame. But that means your background will have a narrow angle of view. Moreover, you would not be able to get the fireworks lined up across your frame because you're essentially shooting from the side view, meaning that the fireworks blooms will just stack up on one another instead of left and right.
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Shoot from the bridge where the Merlion is. Is a safe shot area. Hope that helps.
a sample pic shoot from the ECP bridge....
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