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Posted by
Mindi (Winfield, United States) on 6 July 2010 in Lifestyle & Culture and Portfolio.

July 4th Celebration

NIKON D90 8 seconds F/22.0 ISO 1250 105 mm (35mm equiv.)

I appreciate people who post their EXIF data along with their photos...that has been a huge help in furthering my skills.
Thanks for looking at my blog. I may not always reply to comments, but your comment will allways send me to your blog. All comments are welcome and appreciated!

PRASHANT from Mumbai, India

Beautiful night shot....

6 Jul 2010 11:42am

@PRASHANT: Thank you Prashant!

Stephanie from Texas, United States

Wonderful fireworks shot! The lens you asked about is a Nikon 50 mm f/1.8. I am very much a beginner also and just bought my D90 last October! The 50mm was the first additional lens I purchased. It was pretty cheap ($125.00) and I LOVE IT! Now I wish I had sprung for the f/1.4!
Your photos are great!

6 Jul 2010 12:41pm

@Stephanie: Thank you Stephanie! Thanks for the info too...I have to get one of those lenses!! Im not sure which one I will choose just because the f/1.8 is so inexpensive I might have to start with that one. Thanks again!

Bill Brown from California, United States

Very nice capture!

7 Jul 2010 4:53am

@Bill Brown: Thank you Bill!

Mici from Tg Mures, Romania

Well done, congrats

7 Jul 2010 6:06am

@Mici: Thank you Mici!

Dan from United States

I love how the fireworks are purple so that they compliment the night sky

9 Jul 2010 10:01am

@Dan: Thank you...this was one of my favorites.

Linda (MOM) from United States

Aahhhhhhhhh...PURPLE...you know me...love the picture...

13 Jul 2010 1:15pm

@Linda (MOM): I know you do! I am sure that is why I like it so much too! ;-) Thanks mom!

Andres Abon from Plano, United States

Great shot! I was still learning how to get fireworks shots when I sold my camera... :-( One day...

24 Aug 2010 7:50pm

@Andres Abon: oh...thank you for the complement! I hope you got another camera, but you must have...your photos are beautiful! :-)

8 seconds
ISO 1250
105 mm (35mm equiv.)