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    Default To use Canon TS-E or autofocus for fireworks?

    still stuck in between which lens to use for the upcoming fireworks..
    not to impress but shoot to express

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    Default Re: To use Canon TS-E or autofocus for fireworks?

    Bro try out and u will know. There's no correct or wrong answer as long as you get the result that you want. If first time fails, there's always the second time or third time ............

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    Default Re: To use Canon TS-E or autofocus for fireworks?

    It all depends on how near you are to the stage, your framing, and elevation.

    If you can get higher up, then a zoom will enable you to frame your shots better without having the need to crop and still keep the buildings vertical.
    If you are nearer, a TSE will keep the buildings straight, but bear in mind you are pretty much fixed in your angle of view.
    Either way you still have opportunity to experiment, so go and try out and familarize yourself with the fireworks sequence and wind direction.

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    Default Re: To use Canon TS-E or autofocus for fireworks?

    Just using a wide angle can do the work like a canon 10-22mm or tokina 11-16mm (Im using this), or a new 8-15mm L =P
    If the photo i took is 1% unclear, I will rather delete .. www.flickr.com/photos/59837685@N03/

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