Fireworks are one of the hardest subjects to capture in an image. You're working with low light and fast-moving objects, but there are ways to get that perfect shot. Check out these tips before you head to your next show.
Here's how to set up your gear:
Make sure you have a tripod. You'll want as little camera movement as possible while you're taking photos.
It's all in the settings
Select the lowest ISO setting available for your camera. Then, put your camera into shutter priority mode and adjust shutter speeds.
Be at the ready
The rest is up to you. Fireworks move fast, so you better have your finger on the trigger (preferably a wireless remote so you don't touch the camera).
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