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    Fireworks Photos of 2nd World Pyro Olympics

    Photos from the 2nd day of the World Pyro Olympics at the Esplanade, SM Mall of Asia where we braved humongous traffic going and getting out of :(

    fireworks




    I have a really good view with my tripod perched on top of a huge rock as you can see from the picture before a cameraman, might be from a tv network blocked my view without even saying sorry or excuse me. Instead of thinking something nasty, I just included him in my composition that turned our quite well.

    fireworks

    My first time actually to take fireworks pictures where I got washed out pictures of the first ones I took but I found out my optimum settings for use that night:

    Manual Mode
    Manual Focus
    F8
    ISO100
    Bulb
    tripod in use

    that's not all, the biggest hurray for me was my DIY remote control for my 300D with details in my other blog here.


    (i really need to study lighting also but more on DIY lighting setup to save on my hard-earned pesos)

    Check out my other pictures in my Multiply accout that goes by the same name:
    Tutubi Patrol

    lastly, Lady Luck abandoned me when my eyeglasses fell off deep into the crevices of the large rocks of Manila Bay.

    time to visit Quiapo again to buy me a new pair as well as numerous other stuff.

    Looking forward to World Pyro Olympics 2008 :)

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 9:08 PM,

    7 Comments:

    At Jan 19, 2007, 4:47:00 PM, Blogger ipanema said...

    Thanks for dropping by my blog.

    Those are lovely shots! Who won?

     
    At Jan 19, 2007, 8:26:00 PM, Blogger Sidney said...

    Wow! Nice pictures!
    I think I would have killed the cameraman...
    Sorry to hear about your eyeglasses but maybe it is the mement to buy some hip new glasses! :-)

     
    At Jan 20, 2007, 1:32:00 PM, Blogger Senor Enrique said...

    Love the second and third shots!

     
    At Jan 20, 2007, 4:16:00 PM, Anonymous Toe said...

    Those are postcard pictures!

    Sorry about your glasses. But those photos are worth it.

     
    At Jan 22, 2007, 7:09:00 AM, Anonymous carla said...

    wow your pics are great! sobrang ganda ng kuha. =)

     
    At Jan 22, 2007, 8:49:00 PM, Blogger jhenny said...

    ello! nice pics ha, walang sinabi yung mga pics ko during the pyro hahaha... i saw some of your pics sa blog ni anton (our awesome planet) kasama ka ba sa EB?

    i linked u up, i hope ok lang :D keep on blogging :D

    thanks sa pagdalaw sa blog ko :D

     
    At Jan 24, 2007, 5:23:00 PM, Anonymous kneeko said...

    woowww ganda dre ng shots ah... di ko pa try shots ng fireworks...

     

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