Where to shoot the firework for NDP 2003?


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hlminolta

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Hello clubsnappers,

I've never taken the picture of the fireworks for NDP yet. This year, hopefully will be my first time.
However, being a foreigner here, I would like to know:

- where they will do the fireworks display
- where is the best location to set up the tripod and shoot the fireworks

Thanks a lot !!!!!
 

cheergal

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is my old dc, ixus V able to shot fireworks?
 

jasonocy

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Hi,

I was at the preview and was quite disappointed with my shots. Most were underexposed and some didn't even come out at all.

Can anyone advice on the apperture and shutter settings?
Or should I use P or Manual mode?


Thanks all,
Jason
 

cheergal

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Originally posted by blizzy
yes. any camera can.
do i need to do any setting on my camera? I am using Canon Ixus V, basically its a point n shot camera, no manual. So do i need to on the flash or any special settings? :dunno:

Pls advice. Thanks.
 

meng

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manual mode will be better.
Aperture of F8 and above is recommended with a shutterspeed of 2s to 6s
Originally posted by jasonocy
Hi,

I was at the preview and was quite disappointed with my shots. Most were underexposed and some didn't even come out at all.

Can anyone advice on the apperture and shutter settings?
Or should I use P or Manual mode?


Thanks all,
Jason
 

meng

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no Manual mode?
what's the longest shutter stated in the specifications?
Originally posted by cheergal
do i need to do any setting on my camera? I am using Canon Ixus V, basically its a point n shot camera, no manual. So do i need to on the flash or any special settings? :dunno:

Pls advice. Thanks.
 

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