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The 4th of July is just around the corner, so I thought I’d visit my favorite photo school to get some pointers to share with you. I wish I had researched this last year. I got some good shots, but this article has it all.  Key points:

  1. Use a tripod.
  2. Use a cable release or wireless remote to trigger the shutter if you have one.
  3. Turn on Long Exposure Noise Reduction.
  4. Shoot the highest quality file you can. …
  5. Set the camera to a low ISO, such as 200.
  6. A good starting point for aperture is f/11.

I am going to have much better shots this year. Like I said, I liked my photos, but I am expecting much better results this year.