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To photograph fireworks, find a high spot in an open area and turn the camera to manual. For best results, use a wide lens, place the camera on a tripod and set the camera to a slow shutter speed of between 2.5 and 4 seconds. Then set ISO to 1
00 and the aperture to about f / 5.6-f / 8 so you can capture the fireworks without letting in too much light. To take the photo, focus on an object that is far away but close to the fireworks. Finally, if you want your photos to stand out, try to include a landmark in the frame. For tips on what to do if your images come out blurry, read on!
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