Have you tried photographing a fireworks display but end up with nothing but bright white spots instead of colorful bursts?
You are not alone!
It is a problem many photographers have experienced but we will share tips that have made us successful at fireworks photography.
You have all seen those incredible fireworks pictures and probably think that only a professional photographer with pro equipment could capture them. It turns out that anybody can capture amazing photos like that, all you need to know is the correct settings for capturing fireworks with your camera
How to Photograph Fireworks is created by three published photographers who have photographed fireworks over fifty times at Walt Disney World and Disneyland.
Every photo in the book was taken by the authors. By following the tips and settings discussed in the eBook, you will be able to capture photos that will light up a room.
Tom Bricker’s photography has been published in the Unofficial Guide Color Companion to Walt Disney World, The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland Paris, Popular Photography Magazine, Celebrations Magazine, and numerous other travel publications. He co-owns DisneyTouristBlog.com with his wife, Sarah, and is the Chief Photographer for TouringPlans.com.
Cory Disbrow and Adam Hansen are published East Coast photographers who run the web siteDisneyPhotographyBlog.com, which focuses on tips for all types of photography as demonstrated through examples at the Disney theme parks. They have been featured on numerous web sites for the work they have done on the Disney Photography Blog. In the past they have organized photography events at Walt Disney World, released multiple Disney photography related eBooks and have a number of popular Disney photography based apps available for the iPhone and iPad.
Some highlights that are covered in the eBook are: