Fireworks v1.2

David Williams Photography BoomCity Fireworks

f/9 | 30 seconds | iso 100 | Canon 17-40mm f/4L USM @ 17mm

BoomCity is a firework “city” that goes up every year and let me tell ya, I’ve been there before (to purchase fireworks) but have never stayed to watch other people set them off…holy motha!!! The place is insane, fireworks going off every second (so it seemed), crazy large field littered with the remains of shiny new packages…I am SO going early next year!!! 🙂

So, as you can tell, I also decided to start using a watermark again. Why? I love the creative commons license, however, I am certain images are not being attributed correctly. Sad, yes. I know there’s always a big debate in the photography world on this topic and I won’t bother you anymore with this, however, you may see varying opacity levels and/or colours of said watermark as I play around. 😉


© Copyright 2013 David Williams

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6 thoughts on “Fireworks v1.2

  1. I am sure glad you decided not to use B&W. You witnessed the ‘Good Old Days’, before the self proclaimed ‘liberals’ and ‘progressives’ took over and banned liberty in the form of public fireworks. I hope you wore your ear plugs.

  2. Wow, that must of been crazy and loud! We stayed at a campground this past weekend and they had a fireworks show set off right next to our campsite! My husband put the van in between us and the fireworks and we watched from there. My husband was ready to extinguish any sparks if any landed on our pop up camper!
    I know what you mean about watermarks. There will always be people who will use anyone’s photos without any thought of giving attribution.
    As always, great image!

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