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PostPosted: Sat Sep 10, 2011 7:36 pm 
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I'm going to Thames Festival tomorrow night. I know how to shoot fireworks but want to make sure. I use Manual Mode and shutter speed on Bulb, right? - and tripod of course.
Not so far away there is skate park, and i want to try using 'Rear Flash' to get some interesting shots, but i'm not sure how to set my camera? How about modes, shutter speeds etc?

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I know that the event will have already happened by now, but what do you mean by 'rear flash'?

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rear curtain sync flash probably

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