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Bokeh Fireworks 1Fourth of July fireworks spread out like feathers by using a pull-focus technique during exposures lasting a second and a half each. Los Angeles, California. I took these from our balcony, using a pull-focus technique. I figured out a good timing to avoid overexposing: 1.5sec f/1.8 ISO100, focus to infinity, click shutter when firework is about half-way up, and then pull focus really quickly after it explodes (but not too soon after).
Bokeh Fireworks 2
Bokeh Fireworks 2Fourth of July fireworks spread out like feathers by using a pull-focus technique during exposures lasting a second and a half each. Los Angeles, California. I took these from our balcony, using a pull-focus technique. I figured out a good timing to avoid overexposing: 1.5sec f/1.8 ISO100, focus to infinity, click shutter when firework is about half-way up, and then pull focus really quickly after it explodes (but not too soon after).
Bokeh Fireworks 3
Bokeh Fireworks 3Fourth of July fireworks spread out like feathers by using a pull-focus technique during exposures lasting a second and a half each. Los Angeles, California. I took these from our balcony, using a pull-focus technique. I figured out a good timing to avoid overexposing: 1.5sec f/1.8 ISO100, focus to infinity, click shutter when firework is about half-way up, and then pull focus really quickly after it explodes (but not too soon after).
Bokeh Fireworks 4
Bokeh Fireworks 4Fourth of July fireworks spread out like feathers by using a pull-focus technique during exposures lasting a second and a half each. Los Angeles, California. I took these from our balcony, using a pull-focus technique. I figured out a good timing to avoid overexposing: 1.5sec f/1.8 ISO100, focus to infinity, click shutter when firework is about half-way up, and then pull focus really quickly after it explodes (but not too soon after).
Bokeh Fireworks 5
Bokeh Fireworks 5Fourth of July fireworks spread out like feathers by using a pull-focus technique during exposures lasting a second and a half each. Los Angeles, California. I took these from our balcony, using a pull-focus technique. I figured out a good timing to avoid overexposing: 1.5sec f/1.8 ISO100, focus to infinity, click shutter when firework is about half-way up, and then pull focus really quickly after it explodes (but not too soon after).
Bokeh Fireworks 6
Bokeh Fireworks 6Fourth of July fireworks spread out like feathers by using a pull-focus technique during exposures lasting a second and a half each. Los Angeles, California. I took these from our balcony, using a pull-focus technique. I figured out a good timing to avoid overexposing: 1.5sec f/1.8 ISO100, focus to infinity, click shutter when firework is about half-way up, and then pull focus really quickly after it explodes (but not too soon after).
Bokeh Fireworks 7
Bokeh Fireworks 7Fourth of July fireworks spread out like feathers by using a pull-focus technique during exposures lasting a second and a half each. Los Angeles, California. I took these from our balcony, using a pull-focus technique. I figured out a good timing to avoid overexposing: 1.5sec f/1.8 ISO100, focus to infinity, click shutter when firework is about half-way up, and then pull focus really quickly after it explodes (but not too soon after).
Bokeh Fireworks 8
Bokeh Fireworks 8Fourth of July fireworks spread out like feathers by using a pull-focus technique during exposures lasting a second and a half each. Los Angeles, California. I took these from our balcony, using a pull-focus technique. I figured out a good timing to avoid overexposing: 1.5sec f/1.8 ISO100, focus to infinity, click shutter when firework is about half-way up, and then pull focus really quickly after it explodes (but not too soon after).
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