Sunday, 3 January 2016

Picturing fireworks - be proficient in newer technology for personal development


Perfecting the technique of picturing fireworks is considered a specialty among photo enthusiasts. Using a tripod, tweaking the camera settings and subsequent editing are all important, as you all know. I took these pictures some years ago using a mini SLR Canon camera, and no tripod was used.


Night photography as such is difficult. The noise itself is a nuisance. The timing of pressing the shutter button is very important.


These were taken during DSF some years ago at Dubai.
  • Experimenting with technology is thrilling. It need not be complex or expensive but give it a try, that is what is important. Keep things simple!
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12 comments:

Sandee said...

Nice shots of the fireworks.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

Rajiv Sankarapillai said...

Thanks.

jonathan said...

Took some pics of night scenes but failed but this moving fireworks are probabaly more difficult to take. Good shots!

Rajiv Sankarapillai said...

Thanks bro :)

Stephanie Faris said...

Great job! Yes, it is challenging to get great photos of fireworks and you seem to have figured it out!

Rajiv Sankarapillai said...

Thanks a lot !

Jorge Costa Reis said...

Beaty !!!!

Rajiv Sankarapillai said...

Thanks friend :)

Anonymous said...

These are marvelous photos. I'd like to get a quality camera to take pics like these.

Rajiv Sankarapillai said...

Good, photography is fun...

Kovács Miklós said...

Very colourful shots indeed :)

Rajiv Sankarapillai said...

Thanks.