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How to Photograph Fireworks

so, not baby themed, but photography tricks none-the-less. How to Photograph Fireworks. Great tips! #Photography #PhotographyTips

Advanced tips (beyond holding your camera properly) to help you nail focus on your shots and drastically increase your success rate of capturing key moments.

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Breathtaking Long Exposure Photography and How to Capture It

Long Exposure Photography and How to Capture It: My favorite thing about this web page is that it shows how many seconds was used for different pictures. This one: 10 seconds


Great lighting

Great lighting

Great lighting

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5 tips in Photographing Fireworks this 4th of July

How to photograph fireworks by Kristen Duke Photography 7856582_3E9CAMxb_c

If I could only teach you one thing in this photography basics series, it would be to set your camera in aperture priority for the next six months.  When you want full depth-of-field, choose a high f-stop (aperture).  When you want shallow depth of field, choose a lower f-stop.  Your pictures will DRAMATICALLY improve when you learn to control the depth-of-field.


Why you should use your lens hood: Time and again I get asked by those starting out in photography, “What is this thing that came with my lens?” What they are referring to is the lens hood included with most new lenses. For those new to cameras and lenses, it looks odd as it is often cut in a wave-like pattern. A lens hood’s main purpose is to block light. If the lens is a prime lens (fixed focal length, non-zooming) the hood will resemble a tube, often larger at one end th...

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How to Photograph Fireworks Like a Pro

Photograph fireworks for any occasion with our expert camera settings, composition notes, and photo editing tricks.