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How to photograph fireworks : 10 Essential tips for beginners



In this video I share tips, camera settings and more so you can take amazing firework photos. This tutorial is perfect for the beginners and features settings and demonstrations for Nikon and Canon cameras.

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Recommended viewing – learn more about your camera
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Canon Tips & tricks: https://youtu.be/gQq1BS0RWYw
Moon photography for beginners: https://youtu.be/UEmbES-i_oo
Night photography for beginners: https://youtu.be/X5vogaSCmuk

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About Photo Genius
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This beginners photography tutorial will help you take better photos of fireworks, with advice and tips on gear, camera settings and more.
Features camera settings for Canon and Nikon cameras.

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31 comments
  1. Great advice, we often do photos for the Gucci's. I personally find speeds of 2 to 3 seconds about as far as I go but its very subjective. Never tested the stabilizer but i will take your advice and turn it off,( my partner does that as well I'm sure I won't hear the end of it) lol.

  2. Awesome video as always Paul, my firework photos always turn out horrendous at best, with these tips hopefully I can get better results. Thank You again, Regards.

  3. Very good advises. I especially appreciate that You showed us the rest of the photos. That shows us that, even thou we prepare as mush as we can, still, it's not certain that we will get good photos

  4. Great video, keeping it simple. The ISO, shutter and aperture settings you gave were a good starting point from which we can then test when at the location. The tips on what to have witched on and off are invaluable, this is what usually catches me out! Thanks again for your videos, a thumbs up from me!

  5. When I saw the subject for this video, my first thought was you should have had this before the 4th of July. I didn’t think about the Olympics.

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