Painting with Fireworks

A long exposure approach to shooting fireworks which for the most part are really bright. This means that a lot of light will be coming your way and you need to adjust your settings accordingly. With small led lights we used an aperture of f/3.5. To keep your picture from burning with the intensity of the fireworks light you will need to use smaller apertures, somewhere between f/6.3 to f/16. But it actually really depends on how close you are to the subject so you need to adjust accordingly. I don’t want to spoil the moment, enjoy the pictures as much as I do while taking them.

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