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Tamron Fireworks Photography - Shared screen with speaker view
Tamron Mike
17:34
If you have questions please place them here is chat!
Ric Szczepkowski
18:07
I you have some questions please put it here or unmute yourself and ask that way.
Shirley Triest-Robertson
19:40
What size telephoto lens are you using for fireworks?
Tamron Mike
21:15
Jeff will speak to that shortly
Ric Szczepkowski
33:50
We have 2 opportunities to shoot fireworks in Green Bay the first on the 4th of July and at Family Night at Lambeau Field in August
dbachman
42:52
I noticed some of the images are anywhere from f5.6 to f11+ what determines optimal aperture when shooting these.
Tamron Mike
44:33
Much of that is determined by the iso you select and how close you are to the show
Tamron Mike
45:06
I would recommend starting at iso 800 and f5.6
Sara Lake
47:25
When you are shooting on tripod, do use Mirror-Up to further reduce vibration?
Ric Szczepkowski
48:33
You can if your camera offers that feature.
Tamron Mike
48:45
I do not use that because it often causes a delay and in this situation it does not offer much in terms of additional sharpness
Tamron Mike
49:26
most cameras mirror movement causes very little vibration
Marg
01:03:16
Thanks so much for all of the useful info!
Janice Visca
01:04:39
Thank you for the great information.
Tamron Mike
01:04:51
Thanks for joining!
Ric Szczepkowski
01:06:41
thank you
Dawn
01:06:49
thank you. This info will be used! Appreciate the presentation, the chat questions simultaneously being answered and camera corner supporting our photo interest.
dbachman
01:07:04
Thank you so much! :)
iPhone
01:07:24
Thank you for all the wonderful information