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Shooting Fireworks

Erika Snow: Have you ever tried taking a photo of bright colorful fireworks only to be disappointed with dark, blurry, washed-out images?
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From ArizonaMama blogger, Erika Snow:

“We’ve all seen those crispy clear professional photographs of beautiful fireworks displays. But have you ever tried taking a photo of bright colorful fireworks only to be disappointed with dark, blurry, washed-out images? Well, with the right equipment and these tips and techniques, you can take your own amazing photos of this holiday season’s fireworks.”

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