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Fireworks From Work
Lens: DA55-300PLM Camera: KP Photo Location: Alppharetta, GA ISO: 100 
Posted By: shiner, 07-05-2018, 08:43 AM

I found myself having to be at the office again on the 4th, but this time I came better prepared with the right lens. A well-placed gap in the trees that I discovered last year allowed for some shots

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07-05-2018, 08:55 AM   #2
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Liked everyone of them.
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Some very interesting abstract variations on fireworks. I can't see EXIF information, what focal length and shutter speed were you using?
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Liked everyone of them.
Thanks!

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Some very interesting abstract variations on fireworks. I can't see EXIF information, what focal length and shutter speed were you using?
Thanks! Mostly around 150mm, f8, and 1-4 seconds on bulb setting (and corded remote), all manual

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Interesting abstract and background worked well. Good work!
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Thanks!


Thanks! Mostly around 150mm, f8, and 1-4 seconds on bulb setting (and corded remote), all manual
I'm assuming a pretty low ISO, correct? Love all of them, by the way
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Interesting abstract and background worked well. Good work!
Thank you!

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I'm assuming a pretty low ISO, correct? Love all of them, by the way
Thanks- ISO100

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