One of the perks of working at the Creative Memories home office is that I get to meet all sorts of fun and talented people. One in particular is Mr. Nick Kelsh - photographer extraordinaire. He's a long time friend of all of us here at Creative Memories, and he's been providing tips, feedback and support to aspiring photographers for years.
As we all know, there's a big event right around the corner - the 4th of July - and if you've ever tried to photograph fireworks, it's not easy. Well, unless you know how to do it the right way anyhow. In an article recently posted by Nick on how to photograph fireworks, he explains just how to do it so you end up with perfect pics. Check out the article and get ready to take spectacular photos tomorrow! Here's a sample of fireworks photography with and without using a tripod, one of his tips:
Photo courtesy of Nick Kelsh
And... to commemorate the event afterward, why not show off your beautiful photography skills by featuring it on one of our gorgeous Metal Photo Panels (US|Canada)? Fireworks photos look stunning on them, and this would also make for one sweet, patriotic piece of home decor. Here's a sample of one:
Have a safe and fun holiday, and happy fireworks shooting! :)