Friday, July 11, 2008

Simplicity

Central Park, NY



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8 comments:

Pietro said...

This is a lovely image, with a good angle.
I like the little slight waves.

Kim said...

Thank you very much Pietro.

Tommy V said...

Hello from Colorado. These firework pictures are wonderful. I have never been able to catch fireworks very good. I will have to try your tips next time. Thanks for sharing.

Fugazi said...

Beautiful.

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For The People said...

That is a great shot! It really speaks to me. BTW, love the hat is your profile picture!

For The People said...

I recently leave about fireworks photography too. Those steps are exactly what I learned except for one thing. If will open up the lense in the bulb setting like your were talking about. Then place a soft black cloth over the lense. When the fireworks leave the ground, pull the cloth off. Replace it as they start to fade. Repeat three or four times before releasing the shutter. It makes brilliant shots. You have no movement because you never touch the camera. It is simular to the "Painting with Light" technique!

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Derek said...

i saw a few more (hundreds) geese down the way while putting around in the bay...