Fireworks 2006 from sheares bridge


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rEveRie

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was standing next to bro phoakm.
only a few shots that has turned out decent... i find that the fireworks are a little concentrated... not easy to snap from this point. hmmm.

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rEveRie

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and also the background so dark!
haha.. kk shan't complain and whine so much..
happy new year 2006 to ALL.

CNY chiong fireworks again ;)

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ycchen

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nice nice, much better than mine shoots

indeed it was tooo concentrated, not easy to snap from anywhere

causing alot of overxeposed shoots
 

engta

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Nice photos, can see the city as background too.. thanks for sharing :)
 

rEveRie

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thank you everyone.
bro 300N, i was on bulb. ISO100, aperture 5.6... the fireworks were very unpredictable, so i was guessing the exposure time depending on the number of shootings within that time...
 

bartman

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Looks like you captured the mis-fired firework. It's at the lower left corner. The low level fireworks was firing away when suddenly that cluster of fireworks exploded with a big ball of smoke. I was standing on the ground level of marina bay.

rEveRie said:

Getting up close to the firing point is quite exciting, but it is also dangerous..
Here's a different perspective of the fireworks at marina bay.

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Hmmm... I was wondering if anyone would try using a wide angle or even a fish eye lens to shoot the fireworks from the sheares bridge. then can see the surroundings also... just a crazy suggestion... ;p I also don't know how it might look like...
 

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Youhong said:
Hmmm... I was wondering if anyone would try using a wide angle or even a fish eye lens to shoot the fireworks from the sheares bridge. then can see the surroundings also... just a crazy suggestion... ;p I also don't know how it might look like...
bro, the shots i took were on 12mm with 1.5 crop already... is that what you meant?
so far havent seen anyone with fish eye yet.
haha would be something quite creative ;)
 

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