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post #16 of (permalink) Old 07-02-2008, 08:36 PM
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I'll add a few shots here from last night's fireworks show in Harrison Hot Springs:

Good crowd for the event!


The fireworks started at 10:15 which gave the added bonus of enough twilight around to capture the sky and mountains in the background. All shots here were taken with the Sigma 10-20mm at around 10mm focal length (turns out I was a bit too close, but I wanted the crowd in the photos as well).



Straight out of the camera; no post-processing.
All shots ISO 100 and taken between 15 and 30 seconds at F7.1 or F9
Pretty amazing stuff you can do with your equipment. Out of this world, nice. I won't bother posting mine...

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Nice shots [8D]

CWall - yeah, the exif data is currently dumped when the image is resized. I don't know if it could be preserved in the image, but it could be written to the db beforehand. I suppose some people may not want to share that info though. Maybe an option on the upload screen?
Not any longer! We rolled out a new image processing system about two weeks ago that preserves all EXIF data and color profiles.

T2C probably manually resized on his machine first, which is why the EXIF is missing.
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Flawless work BG, 10mm gives a very nice fish eye effect to the shots of the crowd. [8D]
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I love that Sigma 10-20mm! I was originally gonna use my 24mm F2.8 prime,
but I quickly found out there was no way I was going to get everything in.
I also was looking for some classic "Canadiana" type shots earlier in the day.
I took this one with the G9 in order to be more discreet:


I had to get out of there after taking the shot since I think he was onto what I was doing.
The body hair is classic.
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[quote]Originally posted by BillyGoat
I also was looking for some classic "Canadiana" type shots earlier in the day.
I took this one with the G9 in order to be more discreet:




Too bad she's alittle blurry in the background though []
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I love that Sigma 10-20mm! I was originally gonna use my 24mm F2.8 prime,
but I quickly found out there was no way I was going to get everything in.
I also was looking for some classic "Canadiana" type shots earlier in the day.
I took this one with the G9 in order to be more discreet:


I had to get out of there after taking the shot since I think he was onto what I was doing.
The body hair is classic.
Nice pics Tim. How ironic that you caught the Sasquatch on film....in Harrison....I'm shocked.[:0]
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Tumbler Ridge is not known for its epic fireworks or giant crowds, but this year's show was pretty great. This one's my favourite.


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I'm no where near as good at taking photos as the rest of you guys who posted on here, but here are my first attempts at taking photos of fireworks. Turned out better than I'd hoped considering I didn't have my tripod with me.




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Those are great Marc! [8D]
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CDN fireworks display...
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