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Fireworks

Fireworks at the 2012 Calgary Stampede

mafiosa This photo was shot on film. Taken by mafiosa with a Lubitel 166+ (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Lomography CN 100 (120mm) film in Calgary, Canada. These tags describe this photo: 120, medium, format, fireworks, lights, night, bright, sparkle, pretty, oufside, long, exposure, calgary, stampede, 100th, birthday, anniversary, centennial, festival, and fair. Date: 2012-07-06. This photo can also be found in the album 2012 Stampede Fireworks .

11 comments

  1. druid

    druid

    these look like crazy paintings - so great!

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  2. nilard12

    nilard12

    Perfectly beautiful! :)

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  3. lazybuddha

    lazybuddha

    Love it.

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  4. jules_fxxk

    jules_fxxk

    Bulb? Special one! ;)

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  5. digitaljunk

    the fireworks, lighting the night sky, is set off beautifully by the silhouetted landscape and mirror reflection on the water.

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  6. zorzyo

    zorzyo

    nice

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  7. stormey

    stormey

    I just started with Lomography, so I have a question. How long do you need to keep the shutter open to get a photo like this and do you need to flash a couple of times as well? I would love to make these kind of pictures! Hope you don't mind me asking, but I am checking out everyones photos to learn!

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  8. mafiosa

    mafiosa

    Hello @stormey : to answer your question, no do not use a flash - the fireworks provide enough light and a flash would just cancel out the lights that you are trying to capture. For the photos in this album, the exposure times are 3 to 5 seconds. Good luck with your future attempts.

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  9. stormey

    stormey

    Thanks so much! If I ever get a good fireworks photo, you will be the first to know!

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  10. blueskyandhardrock

    blueskyandhardrock

    beautiful!

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  11. purepaty

    purepaty

    beautiful beautiful beautiful beautiful! ^.^

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