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Long exposure fireworks  The regular technique is to start the exposure when you see the fireworks shooting up, and pull your focus from close proximity to infinity. The opposite, however, creates this effect. Interesting splashes of colour.

Long exposure fireworks The regular technique is to start the exposure when you see the fireworks shooting up, and pull your focus from close proximity to infinity. The opposite, however, creates this effect. Interesting splashes of colour - David Johnson

A Creative New Twist on Firework Photography Nice! Learn how at http://trickphototips.com/amazing-photo-effects/

A Creative New Twist on Firework Photography

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Les Feux d’Artifice photographiés en exposition longue

The 100 Most Astonishing Images of 2012

The 100 Most Astonishing Images of 2012

Long Exposure Fireworks (refocus during exposure) Having explosions out of focus in the background creates an interesting illusion of and depth of field.

Creative Firework Photographs Shot by Refocusing During Long Exposures fireworks1 mini

Creative Firework Photographs Shot by Refocusing During Long Exposures

Long Exposure Fireworks Photographer David Johnson attended the International Fireworks Show in Ottawa, Canada and tried a different technique with his camera. These fireworks almost look like strange, colorful micro-organisms

long exposure sparklers - Bing Images

10 Amazing Long Exposure Photography of Fireworks by David Johnson - Neatorama

Another one that looks like it belongs under water instead of in the heavens. fireworklong10

This is AMAZING Fireworks Photography Long exposure fireworks (refocus during exposure) This one looks like a jellyfish… I love the colours though

long exposure sparklers - Bing Images

long exposure sparklers - Bing Images

Long Exposures fireworks, so want to try this

Polychromatic Exploding Firework Captures

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