How to Photograph Fireworks: Tips From National Geographic Photographers- Yasha Wallin posted in Creativity, Living and Photography
National Geographic’s photographers share their tips on how to take the best photos of fireworks for the upcoming holiday. Read on for advice like: “The long exposures required for firework photography mean slow shutter speeds. Keep your camera motionless by using a sturdy tripod and a shutter release cord. When shooting a scene that includes not just the sky but also other elements like a cityscape, keeping the horizon line straight is particularly important.”

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How to Photograph Fireworks: Tips From National Geographic Photographers
Yasha Wallin posted in Creativity, Living and Photography

National Geographic’s photographers share their tips on how to take the best photos of fireworks for the upcoming holiday. Read on for advice like: “The long exposures required for firework photography mean slow shutter speeds. Keep your camera motionless by using a sturdy tripod and a shutter release cord. When shooting a scene that includes not just the sky but also other elements like a cityscape, keeping the horizon line straight is particularly important.”

Continue to nationalgeographic.com

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