Fireworks are spectacular and the photos you take can be almost as breathtaking as the live display. People all over enjoy the fantastic blasts and the sparkling light displays of fireworks.

Not only the fireworks display amazing colors and shapes, they make their presence with loud bangs and booms.

With a Little Planning, You Can Have Pictures as Spectacular as the Fireworks. Capturing these fireworks is another great thing and you can get closer look at the details.

Do you want to know how to photograph fireworks?

With July 4th just days away, here are some of the spectacular  fireworks photographs to sparkle your celebrations.

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  1. The pictures look pretty awesome. and thanks for the link to, it was quite impressive!

  2. Bravo! All those beautiful, magnificent displays yet you omitted one of the absolute best — above the Mississippi, framed by the Gateway To The West Arch, in St. Louis.

  3. I am envious..I only wish I could take fire works pics this good…I believe I would need to upgrade my equipment, but even still these guys are really talented in addition to having some sweet photography equipment. My Canon S5 just is not capable of this quality..well if it is, I just don’t know how to make it happen.

  4. Congratulaions for those pictures. Happy 4th July in this 23009 year for all my friends that live there in the States.

  5. At least 7 of these pictures are from Disney parks. They may not do everything right, but Disney does know how to put on a good fireworks show.

  6. Wow!.. these are wonderful photos. I am blown away! (hahaha) I have tried on lots of occasions to take photos of fireworks – I’m now hanging up my camera for ever! These make mine look like fuzzy coloured blobs (well fuzzy coloured blobs are nice too if that’s what you were going for!) Thanks for the display.

  7. Hey, just stopping by from stumble. Great post. 🙂 I’ll be back to read more of your updates. You seem to have a very interesting bloggy.

  8. I tried to take pictures of fireworks once and it didn’t work out very well, but these are great pictures! The photographer really captured the beauty.

  9. These photos are amazing. I am impressed with the photography.Many of these would be beautiful framed. I enjoyed looking at the multiple sites.

  10. Astounding,stunning,and spectacular pictures.I’m just speechless!Fireworks Photography has always interested me.Thanks for the great post-loved it!

  11. the image by wmliu is just spectacular!!firework photography is vry time your shot open the shutter as soon as the fireworks are started & press the shutter release..dis guarantees an entire burst & it allows any additional elements, like buildings or trees, to burn in and brighten up. happy clicking!!! 😉

  12. I was born on the 4th of July, so I love fireworks. It’s the best part of my birthday . . . besides the bbq and sun. There’s another photographer who does work called Dances of Light you might want to check out. His name is Ray Mabry and his photography website is at rmabryphotography if you Google it. Great photographs! Thanks for posting something I love.

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