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December 31, 2012 - 24 went

New Year’s Eve Fireworks over the Denver skyline

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Added by Dale R.
on Jan 1, 2013.


  • Vicki

    Love this shot!

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  • Brad M.

    Yeah, great shot

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  • Martin S.


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  • Anna

    Well done, I like how clear you can see the roller coaster.

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  • Dale R.

    Thanks for the nice comments. Reginald Owen asked about the camera, lens and settings used. This was my first experience with fireworks. I used a Nikon D800 with a 28-300 lens. I had the camera on bulb (also a first for me) and I held the shutter down for about 20 seconds by my count.

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  • Dale R.

    Continued - F/16 and ISO 100. Too early, I'm not awake yet.

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