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Friday, July 9, 2010

Gallery NO.61 July 4, 2010 National Harbor Fireworks Display










July 4, 2010 National Harbor Fireworks Display Taken Atop Hunting Point 1202 Building.

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All photographs were taken with the (FX) format Nikon D700 Camera set at: (Manual Bulb Exposure at ISO 200. The Lens utilized was a Tokina ATX 100-300mm Zoom lens set at F/22. The exposures were trigger manually using a Nikon MC-30 release.   Original 300 DPI TIFF   files have been converted to 72 DPI JPEG for posting. 

The tripod chosen was The Bogen/Manfrotto Model: 3221S equipped with spike feet to penetrate the rock covering of the rooftop. A Kirk Enterprises Ball Head equipped with a Bogen Hex Plate Quick Release Unit completed the unit.

Short story board: As the sun set a series of three National Harbor Photos sets the scene and three very long range shots of the Washington DC display were taken for simply fun as the lens does have the reach needed from my vantage point. 


2 comments:

  1. Nicely done! Thanks for sharing your work and being such a wonderful force and source of information!!! XOXO

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  2. Beautiful!
    Fireworks are a life form.

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