Article by Scott Bourne and Richard Harrington
Today is the Fourth of July. A day that traditionally means fireworks in the United States. While you may or may not celebrate this holiday, summer is a season filled with fireworks. Sporting events, amusement parks, and national holidays… it’s not a party until something explodes in the air.
We’ve updated our post on shooting fireworks. These are just basic tips – this is not intended as an all-inclusive article, but rather a starting point. We hope you find something useful here.
1. Scout out and stake out your favorite spot early. Finding the right vantage point is crucial to good fireworks photography. Make sure you have an unobstructed view of the sky. Make sure you have legal permission to be at the place you select for a vantage point. Also consider safety first. Make sure you’re not in an area where the fireworks…
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