Tag: tripod

03 Aug

Tips on photographing fireworks that pop

Chris Lane / photography, process / / 3 Comments

Fireworks in Warren, Minnesota 2010 © Chris Lane Photo

I recently went to the local county fair where I shot a number of photos of the fireworks display. They had an impressive show and I’d like to share some of it and how to take great fireworks photos yourself. Unfortunately, photos never can really give a real indication of not only the scope, but the feeling of a fireworks display.

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13 Jul

Super Panoramic photos

Chris Lane / photography, process / / 2 Comments

This week I have on display a couple super panoramic photographs that I recently finished. These are both available as fine art prints. (available with the 11% off discount until the end of July 2010)

The Photos:

River Pan
This shot is a combined 10 photos and at full print size is over 5.5 feet wide.
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River Pan © Chris Lane Photo

Cloud Panorama
This shot is a combined 16 photos and at full print size is over 13.5 feet wide.
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Cloud Panorama © Chris Lane Photo

The Method

The way I take these is through multiple exposures as I swing my camera (on a tripod) to the side. I don’t just sweep
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