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Bonfire and firework season is upon us which just so happens to be a brilliant excuse for some low-light, long exposure photography. Plus, Autumn is well-and-truly in full song so you can head out in the daytime and capture beautiful looking trees, too. 

We've shared our top Autumn tutorials previously so this week, fireworks are our focus with top tips on what kit you need and how to use it to capture the best bonfire night themed photos you can. 

P.S. Don't forget to share your firework images with us in the Gallery

 
Introduction To Firework Photography

Introduction To Firework Photography

We are only a few days away from this year’s Bonfire Night and we couldn’t really kick November off without mentioning a few tips that’ll help you capture spectacular firework photos.
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5 Steps For Photographing Words Written With A Sparkler

5 Steps For Photographing Words Written With A Sparkler

Have fun with sparklers and capture the patterns / words created with these steps.
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Fireworks In Photoshop

Fireworks In Photoshop

If the skies cloud over and the rain puts a stop to your evening of firework photography you can pretend you got some cracking shots with the help of Photoshop.
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Firework Photography

Firework Photography Inspiration

Have a look in our Gallery with the 'firework' filter/tag so you can see what other members have captured on Bonfire night. 
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The ePHOTOzine team

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