Fireworks Shot


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Balabong

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Can give comments? TY! :)

This was taken by a EOS 808 Slr. so if photo quality not so good, its caused of scanner ^^
 

Buggy

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signs of handshake. any reason for closing up?
 

jbma

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If the ground "wasn't flat" then adjust your tripod/ballhead to make it level. I don't think fireworks should be zoomed in. You need a background to make the fireworks stand out.
 

night86mare

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Very unfirework-ey, if there's such a word.

Does remind me of an aquarium, as someone else mentioned, you know.. Sea urchin.
 

littlepea

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hmm.. dun mean to be mean.. but the pic reminds me of my art work in secondary school..

1st u colour the background with many colours, then use black to colour over,.. after that use an object to scrap off and reveal the colours..
u get wat i'm talking about? haha.. nvm =D
 

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Hey Balabong,
I like the effect. Have done some fireworks stuff myself. I used an auto timer, that would certaqinly help with the camera shake.
Keep on keeping on
 

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