Fireworks Exploding  
     

Fireworks Exploding

Multiple fireworks rockets explode in the night sky. Image brightness for fireworks photography is completely determined by the aperture setting since the rockets and explosions are never still. I sometimes use a neutral density filter when photographing fireworks to allow a wider aperture to be used (for sharper images due to less effects of diffraction being visible).

Camera and Lens Settings
40mm  f/13.0  3.8s  ISO 100  2757 x 4066px
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