Shooting Dramatic Fireworks
All white explosions can look great as long as there are not very
many of them. They can be good for lighting dark areas, but too many can
wash out all other detail as in what it would have done to all of the
smoke in the sky. Here, the bridge was back-lit by the added waterfall
effect from another type of fireworks used. The combination is
outstanding! The one drawback is that it adds even more smoke to the
scene, which is one other major factor to consider when picking a
location. Make sure you know which way the wind usually blows in that area.

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Date Fri Apr 29, '05 05:57PM
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