Here where I live, the City does Fireworks FOUR time a year, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, and New Year's. I was able to go and get some pictures last night of the fireworks going off.
I had my camera set for everything "auto", except I was using the Time-Lapse feature. Most exposures were either 3-second or 4-second, with the early ones being 2-second captures. I didn't think to bring my tripod, so these are handheld, my with elbows braced on a park bench, and holding the camera as steady as I can. You might notice some trembling in these images.
I captured 47 images, and once I got them home, and "developed" them on my laptop by rotating, reducing the size by 50%, sending the ones I didn't like to the recycle bin, then cropping the images, I had 32. If you look really hard, in the lower right corner, you just might see a tree that was kind of in the way.
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HH from Allen in MI