I still love the output of this one even though it's going to fade already. There's something on it I which I love that I don't know what it is. (shunga lang???hahaha...)
I just love how the output of this shot where it looks like meteor showers.
This shot may be a little crowded but the thing I love about it why I chose to be part of this set is the art-something about it. I just had the feeling of something which I can't remember what it is. (again, shunga lang ang peg? I am a something-girl today...pagbigyan nyo nah!?heheh...)
Here are my unedited first-timer firework shots last Japan's national firework display. Out of hundreds of trial-and-error camera settings, these are I think my best shots.(charing lang?!parang sino kung makasabi nang best shots..hahaha...)
After researching how to shoot fireworks, I came up with camera settings of (manual focus for lens; turn on bulb setting; ISO:100; Aperture: f/8, f/11). Any suggestions for camera settings when shooting fireworks? Glad to know and try them.
I would like to leave you with these 3 shots I love among the chosen hundreds of shots.
What do you think? Is it good for a first-timer? Pro photogs, how about some comment and advice?