How to Photograph Fireworks

50 page in-depth eBook at 28% off until July 4!

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How to Photograph Fireworks

About This Deal

With Independence Day celebrations quickly approaching, we have been receiving requests for more training on how to photograph fireworks. Fireworks photography is indeed one of the most daunting types of photography. This eBook explains the process from start to finish, everything from gear and camera settings to composition and post-processing to achieve great results. We were able to arrange a 28% discount for PictureCorrect readers until the 4th of July.

Highlights

A common result of photographers new to fireworks photography is capturing nothing but bright white spots instead of colorful bursts. But with the guidance of this eBook in hand, you should be fully prepared to photograph brilliant fireworks displays. While the exposure fundamentals of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO are essential to great fireworks, it’s important to make sure you have the right accessories and set up for your shots correctly.

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At 50 pages long, it covers the following topics:

  • Equipment & Accessories Needed
  • Using a DSLR for Fireworks
  • Using a Point & Shoot for Fireworks
  • Composition
  • Using a Neutral Density Filter
  • Country Shutter Technique
  • Post Processing
  • Conclusion

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Like post processing in general, there are a myriad of ways to approach the post processing of fireworks shots. To start, they describe general tips and explain how they are universally applicable, and then they apply the techniques to example photos, explaining how they change the overall result.

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It also carries a guarantee, if you do not find the book useful just let us know to receive a full refund. So there is nothing to lose in trying it.

How to Photograph Fireworks

50 page in-depth eBook at 28% off until July 4!

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