Here’s How to take Explosive Firework Photographs

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The average person – someone who only ever uses their camera to take a selfies or a few family photos – may be able to get away without being prepared for their photo shoots. However, those of you who really care about photography – who spend countless hours perfecting your skills – all know that successful photography is all about preparation. Simply put, if you want to take great photographs, you have to spend a fair amount of time preparing for the photo shoot at hand.

This is so very true when you set out to take photos of fireworks displays. Everyone loves fireworks, and you will see lots of fireworks displays during the spring and summer months. You know that during a big holiday, festival or gathering that fireworks are part and parcel of having a good time. If you want to capture those fireworks displays in photographs that are sure to impress your viewers, then you need to prepare accordingly. Today’s photography tutorial is dedicated to teaching you how to capture professional quality photos of fireworks displays. Take a look and see how it is done…

Part 1 – Preparation

Part 2 – Shooting Fireworks

Be sure to take Mike’s advice, and spend some time getting prepared for your fireworks photo shoots. By planning ahead a little bit, you will be set up perfectly when the fuse is lighted and those bombs start bursting in the air. In today’s video lesson you learned how important it is to use the correct settings to capture those sparkling fireworks display while they are blasting away. Remember, fireworks photography is a little bit different than standard night time photography, so jot down the settings that Mike shared, so you are ready to take some great, memorable photos this summer.

People love to look back on the memories they shared during holidays and special events. Once you put in a bit of practice, and get used to photographing fireworks like a pro, you’ll be able to share some great photographic memories with all the people who matter the most to you. And the best thing about fireworks photography? You get to have a real ‘blast’ while you are taking these types of photographs!

Don’t forget to share this fun photography lesson with your closest friends, relatives and colleagues. If you can spare a second to click on the Share button on this post, you’ll be able to quickly pass this great tutorial on to all of your friends and contacts!

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