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Old Jul 4, 2005, 2:50 AM   #1
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The city was shooting off fireworks at a nearby park. I grabbed my camera and went into the backyard and shoot a few pictures . Yes, I know they are not great, but I am amazed that I was able to caputure any fireworks at all.
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Old Jul 5, 2005, 8:37 PM   #2
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I think they're nice shots. Did you use the fireworks setting on a FZ20?

Below are some shots I took on the fireworks setting. Like you, I didn't think they'd come out at all...they were taken in my son-in-laws backyard.
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yes I did use the fireworks setting. I wish the city had done better fireworks. Guess they didntĀ*have much money to work with since they were not that great. Here is another one. Never the less I think the firework setting is pretty neat.[img]file://localhost/Users/judy/Desktop/P1000317.JPG[/img]
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I agree the FZ series is versatile. I took these on July 1 with my FZ5. I have added a link to my album for more of the same.











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Brian,
that second one is a real beauty...
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