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For some of us light painting could make our eyes stop blinking. Also, it can push our creative intuition to the edge. But, there are several that I would consider as mistakes when doing it. As a result, there are only tired and weird pictures, that had many annoying element on its. So based on my shots here goes things that you need to avoid while doing light painting.
Getting a great shot of a firework is not just about the gear you’ve got. Here are 10 tips on what else you need to think about to become a master firework photographer!
Here's a step-by-step tutorial on how to photograph firework displays using the following Lomo cameras: La Sardina, Diana F+, Diana Mini, Sprocket Rocket, Holga, Fisheye No.2, and Lubitel 166.
In this article, learn about the principles of photographing fireworks: which films to use, what camera settings you need, and a few tips for you to try out.
WHERE IS THE SPEED? Probably some of us are satisfied with the LC-A+ (hell yeah, its another form of satisfaction) but I get quite irritated with over exposed or under exposed result swhen taking pictures with this honorable player. When you use flash, it always burns your subject's skin tone or any still life objects. This is quite problematic for having appropriate exposure. But after some trial and error, I think we can trick the shutter speed of the LC-A+ (hohoho)!