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First time on history of Djelfa town
Lens: Tamron 18-250 mm Camera: Pentax K10d Photo Location: Djelfa-Algeria ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: Above 6s Aperture: F16 
Posted By: astrosat2006, 07-07-2012, 05:53 PM

Hi everyone, This is my first post in this forum, i hope you like the photo. Thanks

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07-08-2012, 12:01 AM   #2
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Great shot, especially with the 18-250m which is not the best lens for low light. Nice framing also.

Well done and thank you for sharing.
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Nice subtle colors. Often the tendency (mine anyway) in firework shots is to over-saturate. Very good photo.
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I like this one. The foreground people and the buildings in the back make it for me. Welcome to the forums and hope to see more of your photos.

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Thank you people for your kind comments, it is true that Tamron 18-250 mm not good for low light, but i didn't have any choice, i was so close to the fireworks and i didn't know that it will a professional show, it was a surprise, if i was far away from it, i would choose the pentax M 50mm 1.7 lens.....Thank you again for welcome.
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Great job, nice shot!
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Thank people for your nice comments
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Thank you crewl1, slowpez, GeoJerry,hcc for comments, it is big honor for me to read your comments,

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I agree with Susan, your inclusion of the people in the foreground and the town in the background really make this shot. It's beautiful.
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Thank you luftfluss, i was not ready for the show so i was under the fireworks, it was so dangerous, i was press the trigger and run, very noisy sounds, the sound of the explosion shake my T-Chert.
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