Tips on shooting epic fireworks photos hands free! Use your camera’s intervalometer or a remote intervalometer to automate the whole fireworks photography process. I recommend fireworks photo settings and your intervalometer settings for great shots. Enjoy the show with your kids and spend less time fooling with your camera.

TriggerTrap Dongle: http://amzn.to/295JLKx
My TriggerTrap Video: https://youtu.be/LJLDOt6ewks
Intervalometer with multiple connections: http://amzn.to/29xNO3M
Recommended Tripod: http://amzn.to/29xNWR4

Shooting Long Exposure Sparklers: https://youtu.be/-kzXhGcX4Co

How-to: Macro Sparks Photography

https://www.instagram.com/p/BHU9PNzhCBP/?taken-by=photorec.tv

More Fireworks Photography Tips

 

See my best fireworks shots this weeked on Instagram: http://instagram.com/photorectoby/

Thanks to Scott G and Roy M for sharing fireworks shots show in the video.  Follow them on Instagram –

https://www.instagram.com/scottgabrielli/

https://www.instagram.com/roymckeeiii/

 

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