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  1. pwiggy

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    Post your fireworks pictures here.[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]


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  2. 680aerials

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    Nice. I've uploaded a bunch to my aerial page on Instagram @680aerials


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  3. pounder35

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    What camera settings did you use? I'm thinking of ISO 200 and about -3 EV since the dark sky is going to fool the light meter and probably cause the camera to overexpose the actual fireworks.
     
  4. 680aerials

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    [​IMG][​IMG]


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  5. 680aerials

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    ISO 100 3sec for my shots. I had a PL filter on for shots a couple days ago and then last night didn't use one I think tonight I'll throw it back on.


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  6. pounder35

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    I'll be shooting video and am wondering whether to adjust the EV. From my years in photography I know metering systems will judge the dark ambient light and tend to overexpose. I don't want to go full manual and shoot stills. I can do screen captures from the video later. That's why I'm thinking of going negative on the EV. Just not sure how much.
     
  7. Javiejav

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    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    Playing with sparklers last night and different settings on the still shot :)


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  8. 680aerials

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    These are drone photos? Share settings


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  9. Javiejav

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    Yup :)


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  10. Javiejav

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    I know there's a way to see the settings after you take a shot but I can't remember or figure it out now. I'm pretty sure it was ISO 100 and 8" on the shutter speed. If you can chime in on how to see those settings after the fact let me know and I'll confirm :) glad you like them


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  11. 680aerials

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    I have no clue on how to see the settings used but this photos are incredible from a drone


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  12. Javiejav

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    Thanks man! I appreciate it!! Can't go wrong playing with sparklers hahaa


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  13. Brian W

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