Fireworks Photography Guides

Remote fireworks photography

Fireworks Photography RemotelyA look at the simple but effective methods of taking firework photographs remotely.

Published May 26th, 2012. Filed in: Fireworks Photography Guides

Fireworks – Stacking techniques and fisheye lenses

More photo stacking to create stunning images. In this quick look at some wedding shots I’ll discuss the role of wide angle lenses and the flexibility offered by stacking images afterwards rather than take very long exposure shots at source.

Published August 23rd, 2011. Filed in: Fireworks Photography Guides

Fireworks Photography: Merging Images

Post production technique to improve your images.

Published July 19th, 2011. Filed in: Fireworks Photography Guides

Choosing a tripod for photographing fireworks

Photographing Fireworks - Tripod AdviceAdvice on choosing a tripod suitable for taking photographs of fireworks.

Published May 14th, 2011. Filed in: Fireworks Photography Guides

Painting with sparklers

Painting with sparklersLearn how to paint with sparklers to create some beautiful images which will also teach you some valuable techniques along the way.

Published May 6th, 2011. Filed in: Fireworks Photography Guides

Fireworks and white balance

The effect of white balance on fireworks photographsA look at how white balance can affect your fireworks photographs. With the help of red, green and gold sparklers, Pyro Pete takes a look at how these appear in five preset white balance settings common to most SLRs.

Published April 25th, 2011. Filed in: Fireworks Photography Guides

Camera settings: The magic numbers

Camera settings for fireworksRecommended shutter speed, aperture and ISO settings to get you started with fireworks photography. Ideal starting point if you are a beginner.

Published April 25th, 2011. Filed in: Fireworks Photography Guides

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