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    Default My first fireworks

    Hi,
    I'm sure you are all probably tired of seeing fireworks, however this is my first attempt at photographing them and my first time using manual mode.

    Fireworks are only seen in our area once a year at Christmas time as they are illegal in the state I live in, this year we are spoilt with two displays. So this was my practise run to get ready for the better display which will be held tomorrow night on the lake with floating lanterns (I'm hopeful I'll be in the right spot).

    I have also posted one in the"other - critique" forum so feel free to stop by and leave any suggestions (or just leave them here )

    These are as is straight out the camera. Thanks for looking.
    Last edited by smudged-blue; 12-15-2012 at 09:54 PM.
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    I say, nice work! TFS.
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