June 26, 2012
Categories: Tutorial Tuesday
Tutorial Tuesday: Shooting Fireworks
Welcome to Tutorial Tuesday! Sarah of Naptime Momtog and I will be bringing you a new challenge every week, to stretch your shooting and editing skills. This week, Sarah is sharing Fireworks Photography Tips…just in time for the 4th of July. So get your cameras out and take some photos. Even better, we’re leaving this week’s linky open until July 10th so you all have plenty of time to get those fireworks shots. If you already took some last year, you can share some of those too. 

Personally, I’ve never mastered the fine art of photographing fireworks. However, each year I give it a good ol’ college try. In fact, last year we were hanging with our friends John and Karen for their annual 4th of July cookout when John jumped into our backyard fireworks. I thought it made for a perfect gif. We talked about this effect a couple of months ago during Tutorial Tuesday: click HERE.  Wonder what I’ll capture this year?
By the way, next week, I’m going to talk about how to “paint on” flags in Photoshop. If you’ve ever wanted to paint your face but didn’t want all the mess…pay attention. 
 
Ready to join in the fun? Here’s how to do it:
1. Read through today’s tutorial – go to Sarah’s blog.
2. Choose your favorite shot (or more!) to share with us.
3. Don’t forget to grab the button for your post!
4. Link up between now and next Monday.

Tutorial Tuesday

PS: If you have any photography or editing suggestions, please don’t hesitate to let Sarah or me know! We would love to feature your tutorial.


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