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The time for holidays will come very soon and photographers of any level will have a unique opportunity to replenish their portfolio with vivid pictures of the salute! It is easy to photograph it if you know certain rules and prerequisites for obtaining high-quality images, as in any other genre.
To learn how to capture this enchanting action in the frame, we understand the new Nikon Training Master with photographers. Tatyana Tarasova, Dmitry Burlak, Kristina Kurashova and Pavel Miroshkin share their secrets.
And the traditional competition: we are waiting for your colorful works in the comments here until February 10! We remind you that photos must be taken on Nikon! According to the jury, the author of the best one will receive Nikon's special souvenirs! Good luck and bright mood!
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Author: Tatyana Tarasova
I met a photo in childhood. Then it was a black and white photo, of course, film. I liked the fingerprinting in the bathroom under the red light as much as the photographing process.For me, photography is a favorite hobby that I enjoy doing all my life in my spare time. There are several genres in which I work. Landscape (classic and urban), architectural and interior photography, travel photography, animal painting, reporting and street photography. And I am a holiday man. Perhaps that is why I love so much to photograph festively decorated cities, fireworks and people during the holidays.
Salutes and fireworks
Photographing salutes and fireworks, to some extent, resembles reportage photography. I want to capture every moment of this beautiful event and very rapid changes in the picture require the photographer to the appropriate reaction speed. Fireworks have different heights and widths of sky coverage, different brightness, different speeds and varying rhythms. Salvos can be made from several points. In addition to salutes, some theatrical action may also occur. Therefore, it would not be superfluous to capture two cameras with different lenses - wide-angle and long-focus. But with one set you can cope, just need to be ready to very quickly change lenses, camera angles and settings. I use Nikon D750 and Nikon D7000 cameras.
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Camera: Nikon D7000
Lens: AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f / 3.5-6.3G ED VR
Aperture: f / 16
Exposure: 6
ISO: 100
Focal length: 32 mm
Tripod and remote control
Salute must be shot at a long exposure - only in this case, you can get those beautiful long lines that make up the salute and that we see when we just watch this action. In addition, a long exposure will capture the flowering of not one salute bud, but several. It is possible to capture even one series of volleys in one frame, if there are not too long pauses between them. Therefore, without a tripod can not be.
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Camera: Nikon D7000
Lens: AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f / 3.5-6.3G ED VR
Aperture: f / 16
Exposure: 5
ISO: 100
Focal length: 26 mm
The remote control will allow to avoid a shag. Delaying the shutter in the camera when shooting salutes should not be used, otherwise you can skip the most beautiful moment. A bonus when using the console will also be the possibility of setting the shutter speed in real time - depending on the pattern and the duration of the volleys.
Point shooting
The most important for shooting salutes, in my opinion, is the choice of the point of shooting. Think about this in advance.The most beautiful salute in the photo will be boring, if there is nothing in the frame except himself. A beautiful perspective is very important. The frame needs architectural gems of the city, a river or any body of water in which a salute will be reflected or something in the foreground. A very winning result will be obtained when shooting from a high and distant point, when using a telephoto camera you can turn on the panorama of the city with its best dominants with the help of a telephoto.
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Camera: Nikon D7000
Lens: AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f / 3.5-6.3G ED VR
Aperture: f / 16
Exposure: 6
ISO: 100
Focal length: 68 mm
Photographer does not hurt the ability to predict the weather. When choosing a shooting point, it is advisable to predict the wind direction, since if the wind blows towards the photographer from the place of volleys, then behind the thick smoke the salute itself will not be very clearly visible, and in wet weather the fireworks will completely disappear in smoke and fog.
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Camera: Nikon D750
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 28-300mm f / 3.5-5.6G ED VR
Aperture: f / 16
Exposure: 5
ISO: 100
Focal length: 28 mm
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An example of a salute completely hidden in smoke and fog.
And it is very important to get to the point of shooting in advance, to put it simply, to take a place so as not to end up behind the spectators. We need the first row in the "stalls" for shooting.
Separately, it should be said about shooting such global holidays as a holiday for graduates of the “Scarlet Sails” in St. Petersburg. All the most profitable points of shooting become unavailable, since this territory is given only to graduates. And in order to get to the zone of the best angles, you need to get permission to enter. And even under the condition that you have become a happy owner of a complimentary ticket, you need to arrive at the place no later than 19:00, despite the fact that the light-pyrotechnic show on the Neva begins at 00:40. Otherwise, you will be able to photograph only human rivers and dense human banks.
Focal length and lens selection
This is one more important moment for our purposes, besides the choice of the shooting point. The light-pyrotechnic show is unpredictable, even if you have already shot the fireworks at the same place and on the same holiday. Therefore, fixed lenses in this case will not suit us. Imagine the variability of the “Scarlet Sails” which I have already mentioned:
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Tall and wide salute in half-sky at some distance from you (FR: 28-35mm)
Camera: Nikon D750
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 28-300mm f / 3.5-5.6G ED VR
Aperture: f / 14
Exposure: 2.5
ISO: 100
Focal length: 28 mm
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An example of a salute that turned out to be very close, which you need to shoot on the RF: 16mm
Camera: Nikon D750
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 28-300mm f / 3.5-5.6G ED VR
Aperture: f / 14
Exposure: 5
ISO: 200
Focal length: 28 mm
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Pyrotechnic fountains and crackers, smaller but no less interesting than salutes (FR: 70-80mm)
Camera: Nikon D750
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 28-300mm f / 3.5-5.6G ED VR
Aperture: f / 14
Exposure: 2.5
ISO: 100
Focal length: 72 mm
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Exit and all the way of following a romantic sailboat with scarlet sails (FR: 16-300mm):
Camera: Nikon D750
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 28-300mm f / 3.5-5.6G ED VR
Aperture: f / 5.3
Exposure time: 1/100
ISO: 1600
Focal length: 98 mm
Lenses
And all this happens very quickly, just manage to change the focal length and direction of the camera on a tripod. And given that the light changes, and in addition, the sailboat is a fast moving object, you will have to quickly change the exposure settings. Therefore, in my opinion, two universal lenses for a full-frame matrix are an indispensable set:
- AF-S NIKKOR 28-300mm f / 3.5-5.6G ED VR
- AF-S NIKKOR 16-35mm f / 4G ED VR
Basic camera settings
I always shoot in the "raw" format (NEF), which contains the maximum photo information in the file. Also in the wide color space Adobe RGB. And when shooting salutes, in my opinion, it is necessary. Fireworks and light shows are quite an extreme shot, especially if you are not lucky with the weather.I prefer to set the white balance in winter - AUTO, and in summer, on a white night and at sunset - color temperature ( 9000K).
You should use only manual shooting mode and no flash.
I prefer focusing automatic point. Autofocus provides the photographer with the mobility and freedom of FR and angles necessary for salutes, and Nikon does not miss the focus.
Exposure - shutter speed, aperture, sensitivity (ISO)
The main parameter when shooting light-pyrotechnic shows is shutter speed. The firework lights are moving and a rather long exposure time is required for the best transmission of this movement. The remaining parameters are adjusted to the first.
Standardly, depending on the season, weather and natural light, I set the shutter speed from 2.5 to 6 seconds. Aperture: f / 8 - f / 16. Since we need to maintain a balance between sharpness and depth of sharply depicted space (DOF) - to cover a rather large volume of a picture, it is better not to open the aperture too wide (no more than f / 5.6), and you shouldn’t pinch it too much to avoid diffraction. To increase the depth of field aperture optimally cover no more than up to f / 11 for wide-angle lenses and up to f / 16 for telephoto lenses.Of course, sometimes you have to use other aperture values. Nothing can be done, salute is extreme.
For the first volleys, I determine their rhythm, brightness, and adjust the shutter speed, adding / reducing exposure with a diaphragm and, extremely rarely, ISO.
Exposure shorter than 2.5 seconds will not give a beautiful picture of fireworks. Yes, and I set 2.5 seconds only for a very bright time (white nights in good weather). Sometimes, in the dark season, an exposure of 8 seconds is advisable (if the volleys go often enough, then several series of volleys will fall into one frame). However, too long a shutter speed can ruin the whole result, as losing a lot of time for one frame, you get only the last explosions in the frame bright and the first flashes will become pale and with very thin tracks. In addition, the risk of overexposure increases, if the volleys are white or gold in color or if there are many of them at the same time. Better in this time to make some good shots.
Most often, fireworks are most successfully obtained at an exposure of 4-6 seconds.
The second, very good option is shooting with exposure by hand (bulb). This mode allows you to keep the shutter open as long as the shutter button is pressed.It is better to open the shutter when the volley is about to explode, and close immediately after the “bouquet” has fully blossomed.
ISO: 100 is the best standard for salutes. However, when a theatrical show begins, for example, a sailboat with red sails comes out, you need to set the shutter speed to no longer than 1/100 (the sailboat has a high speed) and add light to a more open aperture and higher ISO ( this is depending on the weather and on whether fireworks are flashing at this time or there is only illumination with laser beams). On a good white night, ISO: 1600-2000 is enough, but in bad weather I had to set ISO: 3500-4000.
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Camera: Nikon D750
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 28-300mm f / 3.5-5.6G ED VR
Aperture: f / 5
Exposure time: 1/100
ISO: 1600
Focal length: 78 mm
Composite photos to create spectacular shots
Sometimes fireworks are not too rich, volleys go solitary and not too wide. Sometimes the salute is so high that in comparison with it the architectural dominant taken by you in the frame becomes too small, and when it approaches it the salute does not fit in the frame. Sometimes you want to include in the composition a fast moving object (shutter speed 1/100 sec) and with it a firework with long tracks (shutter speed 5-6 sec).In such cases, you need to take care of the frames from which you can take composite photos at home when processing the survey.
Here is a photo in which 5 frames were joined: 1 background with the enlarged Peter and Paul Fortress and 4 frames with salute salvos. All of them are made without changing the position of the tripod and the camera. But the background frame (without bursts) is made with a long focal length:
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Camera: Nikon D750
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 28-300mm f / 3.5-5.6G ED VR
Aperture: f / 11
Exposure: 5
ISO: 100
Focal length: 85 mm
And shots with volleys made on the FR: 40 mm.
Then, in Adobe Photoshop CS6, layers with salute (select: ctrlA, copy: ctrlC and paste into the background: ctrlV) are superimposed alternately on the background frame in the “Swap Light” blending mode. Layers can be moved and masks to remove excess. After combining the layers to carry out further processing.
Similarly, a photograph was taken in which the sailboat (background photo) was shot at a short shutter speed, and a volley of fireworks at a long shutter speed (respectively, and other exposure parameters changed).
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Camera: Nikon D750
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 16-35mm f / 4G ED VR
Aperture: f / 3.5 (for salvo: f / 14)
Exposure: 1/100 (for salvo: 5)
ISO: 1600 (for salvo: 100)
Focal length: 32 mm
Other important points when shooting salutes
If you took a backup camera with you, sometimes pay attention of its lens to viewers. There may be very interesting shots.
In addition, the photographer must be a very charming person. Firstly, it is always good, and secondly, when you are shooting salutes, you are among a huge number of spectators whom you interfere with by taking a seat in the front row, guarding too much space for your tripods and equipment, that turn not only yourself, but, again, turn your photographic equipment, change lenses ... But the audience at the festival will stop nagging at you and pushing you, and even begin to protect your space for you, if you can explain to others around you with a smile importance your actions. "
Dmitry Burlak:
“I most often shoot reports. Including on holidays. And major holidays usually end with fireworks, and such a bright end of the event, of course, must be captured. For me personally, this is a new and long-term task every time. I will try to tell a little about how I solve it.
Shoot often in the crowd, especially on city holidays. Therefore, I try to choose in advance the place where to put a tripod and stand up by myself, or find a reference point where you can put a camera or just lean on it. I usually choose elevations or places near the fences, again, on major holidays.Be sure to consider how good the view of the fiery flowers blooming in the sky will be.
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Camera: Nikon D7000
Lens: AF NIKKOR 50mm f / 1.8D
Aperture: f / 2.8
Exposure: 1/5
ISO: 200
Focal length: 50 mm
Shooting fireworks imposes two limitations in choosing a lens. The first is the focal length and, accordingly, the viewing angle. The second is the aperture. Therefore, I prefer the high-aperture "fixes". In particular, the AF NIKKOR 50mm f / 1.8D (the D7000 has a “screwdriver”, so the lens does not have its own autofocus motor) and the AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f / 1.8G.
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Camera: Nikon D3100
Lens: AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f / 1.8G
Aperture: f / 2.2
Exposure: 1/40
ISO: 200
Focal length: 35mm
Automation in the face of every moment of changing light is unlikely to be a good helper. Set the manual mode, set the approximate parameters and do not forget to adjust them as necessary. Be sure to take into account the plot:
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Camera: Nikon D3100
Lens: AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f / 1.8G
Aperture: f / 2.2
Exposure: 1/60
ISO: 400
Focal length: 35mm
The wind often spoils the picture, blowing off the burning elements, traces of which with uneven stripes remain in the pictures with a sufficiently long exposure. But sometimes, if the position for shooting is chosen successfully, the wind can become a way to make the picture more beautiful:
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Camera: Nikon D7000
Lens: AF NIKKOR 50mm f / 1.8D
Aperture: f / 2.8
Exposure: 2.5
ISO: 200
Focal length: 50 mm
We can talk a lot about processing: someone uses it actively, someone does not. I belong to the first. I think you should not downplay the role of processing in shooting salutes. Usually, fiery tracers turn out to be overexposed and therefore have not very saturated colors. Fixed in Lightroom.
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Camera: Nikon D7000
Lens: AF NIKKOR 50mm f / 1.8D
Aperture: f / 2.8
Exposure: 1/4
ISO: 100
Focal length: 50 mm
Kristina Kurashova:
My love for photography is rooted in childhood. Of course, I didn’t have professional equipment and I didn’t really understand how it worked, but I tried to shoot beautifully, it rarely came out, usually the zoom and photosensitivity of old soap-boxes did not allow me to remove as I wanted. In a more conscious age, I still found my surroundings: I had many friends, photographers, I was invited to shoot. Creativity never leaves a person: on the set we talked a lot about photography and processing. At MK, they told me a complete plan of action for filming, and I unconsciously absorbed information. Then I wanted to try to shoot again, I bought a Nikon D700, which I’m still shooting at, and I was dragged out with a new force.Every year I want to shoot new life scenarios, learn something new and update a collection of lenses. Complicated shooting does not frighten me, on the contrary, I take great interest in them. It's so inspiring to face the fact that you never took off and find an approach to this.
Salute is always beautiful! I am sure every photographer would like to capture it on his camera. In fact, there are no particularly difficult tricks here! You just need to follow the rules and you will certainly succeed.
Of course, it is better to arrive at the location in advance, if there are already spectators there, you can ask them from which side the salute will be in order not to make a mistake. Choose a point and plan the composition. It is better to shoot with a wide-angle lens.
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Camera: Nikon D700
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f / 1.4G
Aperture: f / 11
Exposure: 2.5
ISO: 100
Focal length: 50 mm
The first rule is a tripod. A tripod is necessary, as the fireworks are filmed on exposure, and without it, unfortunately, you will fail.
If you rarely take pictures at night at shutter speed, you'd better use the self-timer, remote control or cable. Thus, you completely eliminate the possible fluctuations of the camera and get the most clear picture.
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Camera: Nikon D700
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f / 1.4G
Aperture: f / 10
Exposure: 2
ISO: 100
Focal length: 50 mm
Third - endurance! After all, she draws in the frame "tails" of fireworks. It is usually advised to shoot a salute in manual mode using the bulb function. But if you shoot without a remote control and cable, it is better to set the shutter speed from 1 to 3 seconds.
To take a picture of a dynamic and beautiful - start shooting at the moment when the projectile flies into the sky, the second descent - when the lights of the salute begin to fall down, then you capture all the beauty of the salute.
The fourth is the diaphragm. It is better to shoot in the range of f / 8-16. It is better to focus on the values ​​of the technique on which you are shooting and choose the average values ​​of the aperture - this will give the most clear background.
And finally, the last - ISO. Set the value: 100 or minimum for your camera. Such a value in any camera gives the minimum color noise.
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Camera: Nikon D700
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f / 1.4G
Aperture: f / 10
Exposure: 2
ISO: 100
Focal length: 50 mm
A little advice for your masterpiece - stand in the wind, in this case, the smoke after explosions of charges will blow away from you!
Now you are ready to shoot the salutes! ”
Pavel Miroshkin:
“I am a student of the journalism department of the VolSU and a photographer at one of the Volgograd online media.For three years now I have been doing photography, taking photos for local news portals and public places, and just for fun. My favorite genres are: reportage, natural and city landscapes, and occasionally I also shoot street staged portraits.
I have been working with Nikon technology not so long ago - about a year. When buying, I made a choice in favor of the Nikon D750, which pleased me with excellent technical characteristics, compactness and the presence of a rotating screen, which is very helpful in reportage photography.
I often have to shoot various city festivals, the culmination of which is usually colorful fireworks. And in order for his shooting to be successful you should always follow a few simple tips:
Get ready to shoot in advance
Before you go for colorful shots of fireworks or salute, find out where volleys will be made from in order to choose the most successful place for shooting. Come to a place at least 30 minutes in order to have time to get ready.
Also, be sure to compose the photo before the start of the salute, and if possible, include in the composition a reflective surface, which, for example, can be a body of water.The city lights and fireworks volleys will be reflected in the water, and then your picture will look much more impressive.
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Camera: Nikon D750
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 24-85mm f / 3.5-4.5G ED VR
Aperture: f / 11
Exposure: 3.6
ISO: 800
Focal length: 85 mm
Use a tripod
Fireworks are always shot at slow shutter speeds, so you definitely need a tripod that can securely lock your camera to avoid blurring the image.
Remote shutter release
You will also need a remote shutter release or a smartphone with the WirelessMibileUnity program installed on it (if your camera has Wi-FI or bluetooth modules). This application allows you to remotely control the camera directly from your smartphone or tablet. I myself actively use WirelessMibileUnity, since this is the most convenient wireless option and also allows you to instantly transfer photos directly to your smartphone and share them on social networks. By the way, you can download the application in Google play and the AppStore.
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Camera: Nikon D750
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 24-85mm f / 3.5-4.5G ED VR
Aperture: f / 14
Exposure: 5
ISO: 400
Focal length: 32 mm
Shoot in bulb mode
The most important parameter when shooting a firework is shutter speed. It is from it depends on the drawing of the salute, which in the end will be in the picture.In order to achieve the best result, the shutter should be opened immediately after the sound of a volley, and closed after the fireworks opened. In practice, it takes 3-6 seconds of exposure, but no more, because in the end you can get an overexposed frame. And so that objects other than salute do not remain undefined, it is better to set the aperture from f / 9 to f / 16, and the ISO parameter depending on the overall level of illumination of the landscape, against which the fireworks are planned to be shot.
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Camera: Nikon D750
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 24-85mm f / 3.5-4.5G ED VR
Aperture: f / 16
Exposure: 3
ISO: 400
Focal length: 85 mm
Disable autofocus
Autofocus with a high probability in such conditions of shooting will miss, and you will lose precious frames. Therefore, be sure to switch the camera to manual focus mode and focus on the place from which the volleys will be made. It is also necessary to disable lens stabilization (if available).
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Camera: Nikon D750
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 24-85mm f / 3.5-4.5G ED VR
Aperture: f / 11
Exposure: 4.6
ISO: 800
Focal length: 85 mm
Use RAW format
Photographing fireworks is one of the most difficult scenes for lighting. It is very likely that the frame will be displayed unevenly.Therefore, it is necessary to shoot in the RAW format, which stores a greater amount of information than Jpeg, and allows you to achieve the best result during processing. ”

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