In a galaxy very very near

I have thing for fireworks. I love watching them and in the past few years I've been very keen on photographing them as well. This has not always been the case. There was a time when fireworks made me incredibly tense as the sound reminded me of bombs. It took a while but eventually I was able to go outside and enjoy the explosion of colours. As for photographing fireworks, it started with my previous camera that had a fireworks setting. I don't think I was using that setting properly but I loved the messy abstract images I got. Now that I've gotten better acquainted with my dslr I know I should use a tripod to get the proper shots. I however find that it is the random experimental images that speak to me. You know the ones, that look like someone put a laser in a blender or nebulas and galaxies far far away. I do plan to buy a tripod and then I'll try the more professional way of photographing fireworks. After I watched the fireworks marking the beginning of Finland's centenary anniversary and the euphoria of that experience had worn off, I started thinking how I'd just basically watched tens of thousands (maybe even hundreds…

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