Photographing fireworks can be a true test of patience and skills. That's why we're bringing you this Friday photo tip with just enough time so you can practice before the Fourth of July. No fireworks in your area before the Fourth of July? Have someone grab a sparkler and spend some time practicing before the big day.
Although challenging, photographing fireworks can be a lot of fun. But it all starts with the right camera settings. Photographing fireworks is much easier when you have a camera that has a mode dial or menu option with a manual setting.
Here are the steps to use to photograph fireworks:
Check out some examples of great fireworks images taken by Jerry Jackson, Site Editor of NotebookReview.com.
We hope these tips will help you capture the perfect picture this Fourth of July. Have a great weekend and go grab that shot!
All images are copyright of Jerry Jackson.
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