TODD VORENCAMP, EXPLORA, B&H:
"Do you want to preserve the memory of that awesome neighborhood fireworks show? Let's discuss the best ways to try to make a memorable photograph commemorating the event.
"Before we get started, let me say that there are many ways to accomplish fireworks photography and none are usually worse or better than others. The only thing that really matters as you head home after the show is:
• You enjoyed the photographic process.
• You are left with a photograph or photographs that you personally enjoy.
• Everything else is noise.
"Also, know that night photography, on its own, is sometimes a very challenging genre of the art; add the dynamics of pyrotechnics and you have an even more demanding photographic adventure in front of you. Therefore, approach the mission with an open mind, bring inherent flexibility to your creative process, do not let the technological demands overwhelm you, have fun, and, most importantly, enjoy the fireworks!
"My mission with this article is to get you set up for success. After that, the creativity and fun is up to you."
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