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    Hi There

    Our firework display was on the 6th November

    My first crack at this subject and I've learned a lot from my shots for the next go.

    Cheers
    Dave R
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    Dave R

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    Re: Fireworks 3

    Originally posted by mib2 View Post
    Hi There

    Our firework display was on the 6th November

    My first crack at this subject and I've learned a lot from my shots for the next go.

    Cheers
    Dave R
    Hi Dave - I think I just realised the scale of this picture - if I am right, the ground level shows some tiny sheds and fences, or is it an optical illusion?

    Anyway, it's s good dramatic shot that looks like you were stood back a long way and yet captured the display really well in the frame.

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      I rather like the shot Dave, its kinda "The Complete Firework" which you would only get from taking at a distance as you have done. Think I might have preferred a tighter crop though, with a little off the left at least
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        Good shot dave. I like the clarity of the fireworks that you have achieved. So many people dont use a steady enough tripod and the lines can be a bit jittery. I havent really taken any decent fireworks shots myself, but would really like to. The only niggle I would have is that I feel the background is a little too dark for my taste. I would like to see a little more definition on the ground around the base of the fireworks. Cheers Richard
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          Hi Guys thanks for your comments.

          The shot was take from distance, cliff top looking down onto the shot location - it was my intention to "get the whole thing".

          It all tends to happen so quickly - next time camera in portrait position.

          Cheers
          Dave R
          Cheers
          Dave R

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