Originally Posted by boymonkey
Nice! How did you get rid of the brightly lit smoke?
I didn't do it on purpose
. They just happened to come out with very little smoke in them naturally. I shot at a narrow aperture, between f/13-f/22 depending on the photo. I had my remote trigger and I would watch the fireworks go up and then right before I would think they were going to explode I would press the trigger and only leave the shutter open while the fireworks were going off.
I think the way they were being shot off helped too. As opposed to one continuous volley of fireworks they would shoot off a grouping and then there would be a 5-10 second delay between the next one.
Originally Posted by Weebl
I did some experimenting and the first one was cropped heavily and had ISO of 400.
I like 3 and 4 the best!