Fireworks photography

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Fireworks photography is the process of taking photographs of fireworks at night. It is a type of night photography, specifically using available light of the fireworks instead of artificial light. Without using the flash on the camera, the photographer often exposes the image for a period of time, known as long exposure.[1][2] Brighter fireworks sometimes support shorter exposure times.

Examples[edit]

The following samples are ordered from longer to shorter exposure time.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Exposure Time - Digital Fireworks Photography
  2. ^ Smithsonian Photographers Shoot Fireworks

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