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Fireworks in persective

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Taking photographs of fireworks is not as easy as point and click, there are many things to consider, such as perspective. A picture of a firework is always going to be cool - that's a given, they are fireworks after all - but it can be simple to make them even cooler by thinking about whats in the background or foreground. This often gives a picture more life and can really make a run-of-the-mill image into a great one. Take the picture above for example, without looking to closely at safety distances (it does look a bit too close to the buildings) the close proximity of the buildings makes the firework effect seem more alive and the colours more vivid, the reflection of the coloured light on the building makes this picture far more interesting than with just the firework alone.

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