Fireworks photography


Fireworks photography

Fireworks photography is the process of taking photographs of fireworks at night. Unlike night photography, available light is used for fireworks photography instead of artificial light. Instead of using the flash on the camera, the photographer exposes the image for a period of time, known as long exposure. [ [http://malektips.com/fireworks_photo_0003.html Exposure Time - Digital Fireworks Photography] ] [http://photos.si.edu/firew/firew.html Smithsonian Photographers Shoot Fireworks] ]

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External links

* [http://digital-photography-school.com/blog/how-to-photograph-fireworks/ How to Photograph Fireworks Displays]
* [http://www.bobatkins.com/photography/tutorials/fireworks.html Fireworks Photography - BobAtkins.com]
* [http://www.betterphoto.com/exploring/fireworks.asp Top Tips for Photographing Fireworks]
* [http://malektips.com/digital_fireworks_photography_help_and_tips.html Digital Fireworks Photography Help and Tips]
* [http://photos.si.edu/firew/firew.html Smithsonian Photographers Shoot Fireworks]

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