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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 24720
    Those are among the best shots of the fireworks at MK I`ve ever seen Diane.
    I agree!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 24720
    Those are among the best shots of the fireworks at MK I`ve ever seen Diane.
    :ashamed008: why thanks ..... wasn't expecting such compliments I have loads of them and couldn't decide which to post so I just randomly clicked on some....guess I chose the right ones!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isafari, post: 24714
    That would be a good view yes....no heads in your photos
    Not long to wait now and you'll be there for real :excited001:
    i know 76 days me thinks :D

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 24716
    perfectly straight horizons too. PAH makes me sick
    perhaps Diane has arms the same length Keith and you don't ;)
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    Fantastic photos Diane and great tips.

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    Great thread,
    I have been looking online for tips and advice for fireworks.
    Can't wait to see you photos Mick.
    Oh and great shots Diana.

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    Mick have you got a remote cable release lead?
    I used mine at a firework display last year and I was very pleased with the results.
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    i have a remote, yes, but not via a cable. will get a small tripod too to avoid the shakes. i got the best results on auto last time, as i didnt know what settings to use lol

    ps cablefree remotes were 15 when i got mine on amazon
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    Don't stand on the train platform at the entrance to Magic Kingdom. They don't turn all the lights off that far down and its been very annoying and off putting when trying to take photos of the fireworks. Issy has the best idea, half way down Main Street in the middle :)

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