Recommend place to shoot NDP fireworks?


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kh_drew

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Tanjung Rhu is a popular place but you could also try different places to get different angles, like Old Airport Road flats or Merdeka Bridge.
 

Juvelyn

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think first full-dress rehearsal is today (6 July)

should have fireworks.

[was there for first full-dress last yr and there was]
 

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Originally posted by Juvelyn
think first full-dress rehearsal is today (6 July)

should have fireworks.

[was there for first full-dress last yr and there was]
wld there be a second rehearsal before the main one??
 

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hi folks..i took some fireworks photo few years ago...very discouraging,most of the shoot are over exposed in the center of the firework,is my exposure too long..and most of the shoot are unable capture the spreading effect of the firework...please advice..thx
 

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Originally posted by Juvelyn
think first full-dress rehearsal is today (6 July)

should have fireworks.

[was there for first full-dress last yr and there was]
Unfortunately there weren't any... :(
 

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Originally posted by SniperD
sorry .. this year's fireworks only 1 minutes @ about 2005hrs (Finale)

Today's a big let down :complain:
hahahaha ..... got 1 min meh .... ?? .....

me think itz juzt 1 small burzt of pyrotechnicz .....

:D
 

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when is the reheasal huh??
 

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Originally posted by RAIN_MAN
hi folks..i took some fireworks photo few years ago...very discouraging,most of the shoot are over exposed in the center of the firework,is my exposure too long..and most of the shoot are unable capture the spreading effect of the firework...please advice..thx
Read somewhere that you would need to use a smaller then usual aperture setting and longer shuttle speed. Reason being you're shooting "fire" works and fire are hot and gives out light....

Seems like in your case your aperture setting is too small. And that your shuttle speed isn't long enought for the full spreading effect...

Hope this information helps....
 

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