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Good Morning! 

It's November (already) and tomorrow is Bonfire night which, love or hate fireworks, is a brilliant time to have a go at low light and firework-themed photography. 

To help you capture the best firework shots you can, we have lots of top tutorials, as well as kit suggestions, and a gallery bursting with colourful explosions. 

As while as fireworks, we've also got tips on shooting in low light, a list of the best cameras available for low light photography and advice on how you can get creative with light painting.

If you're off to a bonfire party or firework display, have fun, stay safe and remember to share your photos with us in the ePHOTOzine Gallery (you never know, you could be crowned 'Photo of the Week). 

Enjoy your Sunday! 

 
Introduction To Firework Photography

Introduction To Firework Photography

Soon the sky will be filled with colourful explosions so here are a few tips that'll help you capture them.
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Top 20 Best Cameras For Low Light Photography 2018

Top 20 Best Cameras For Low Light Photography 2018

Here are the cameras, we think, are the best you can currently buy for low light photography.
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Become the master of low light smartphone photography with these top tips

6 Essential Tips For Low Light Smartphone Photography

Become the master of low light smartphone photography with these top tips
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26 photography tips on capturing creative shots with light trails.

A - Z Of Light Trail Photography Tips

26 photography tips on capturing creative shots with light trails.
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Have Fun Experimenting With Night Photography

Have Fun Experimenting With Night Photography

When you've got your sunset don't think you have to pack your kit up and head home as there's still plenty to capture well after the sun has set.
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Learn How To Light Paint A Skeleton In 3 Minutes

Learn How To Light Paint In 3 Minutes

Darren Pearson, aka Darius Twin, has put an awesome tutorial together on how to light paint (it's an oldie but a goodie). 
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