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7 Steps For Taking Awesome Firework Photo On Your Phone
By at November 4, 2017( 5 months ago )

7 steps for taking awesome firework photo on your phone

you feel like taking awesome photos? Fireworks gat you covered, as it has features related to all your queries.


1. Stabilise your phone camera. For best results
you’ll want to use a tripod, but if one is not to hand
you can also position your phone on a flat surface
or stabilise yourself by sitting down or leaning
against a wall. Smartphone cameras that feature
optical image stabilisation are a good choice.

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2. Turn off the flash. It won’t be able to effectively
light up the sky and will alter the colours visible in
the fireworks.

3. Turn off the digital zoom, since this will reduce
the quality of the image.

4. Turn off HDR or auto-HDR, which slows the
capture speed and may result in blurry images.

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5. Reduce the ISO figure. A high ISO can help a
camera pick out details in the dark, but the
fireworks should light up the sky on their own. A
low ISO will reduce the chance of overexposure.

6. Adjust the aperture to control how much light is
let into the camera.

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7. Use burst mode to capture multiple images – at
least one will capture the moment you wanted and
you can always delete the rest.




Am Usman Moses Ojochegbe popularly called "Sir legendy" a typical Igala man from Kogi State. A man who's addicted to the internet, a self made guru, a phone Lord. The above listed led to the development of this great blog. Stay with us and devour our great contents.


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