Ok confession… I have never shot fireworks before! I don’t know why, probably because I have never gone to the beach or to places where you can view them closely to photograph. However, where I live I am able to see fireworks all down the coast, maybe 6 different locations around me in different areas. When I went outside to watch the fireworks I saw that I might have a good chance of capturing them this year. I had walked up the street with my family to get a good viewing and DID NOT BRING MY CAMERA because I didn’t think I could capture the fireworks, which was a big mistake! It shows you that you should never doubt yourself. But luckily my brother brought the golf cart and took me back to the house and I ran and grabbed my equipment and went back. I shot the fireworks for about 30 minutes. I love the shots I got and couldn’t believe it when I was processing them. The only downfall is I woke up the next day with 51 mosquito bites all over me, but I guess it was worth it! 🙂 Comment and tell me your favorite shot!
This is a very fun place called Memory Lane in Rogersville Tennessee. It is a restored vintage town that is only open one day out of the year. The town features yards of old cars, a restored diner, a restored school, general store, vintage mobil homes, and so much more! It is really cool to be able to step back in time and witness the items that made up the 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s! A great place for Americana photographers to spend a day.
“Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.” -Martin Luther King Jr.