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    Camera: Nikon D200
    Lens: Nikkor 28-105 mm f/3.5 - 4.5D

    Multiple exposure of the Chinese New Year fireworks over Victoria Harbours spectacular skyline....its good to be back in Hong Kong ;-)

    Kirpernicus, wcap07, DanielKHC, and 21 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Kirpernicus 75 months ago | reply

      Awesome!!

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Eye Candy!, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

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    2. Mazda6 (Tor) 75 months ago | reply

      amazing work...less crop would work too...

      I love the red reflections on the sea...

    3. russell.bride 75 months ago | reply

      Ich can only second brown-dog's comment, blimey!

    4. citrit1 75 months ago | reply

      Please add this beautiful photo to CITRIT,Best of yours!
      Citrit group

    5. mrwsierra 75 months ago | reply

      wish I was there!!

    6. psrman 75 months ago | reply

      Fantastic capture! Well done!


      Please add this photo to Flickr Envy- Public - (Invited Images Only)

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    7. DanielKHC 75 months ago | reply

      Outstanding! You're so lucky to be in HK during Chinese New Year! Glorious fireworks shot in the most beautiful skyline in the world!

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    8. Jοey 75 months ago | reply

      Excellent fireworks shot! Love the color reflecting off the water!

    9. Massi1970 [deleted] 75 months ago | reply

      Amazing shot!

    10. geirrosset 75 months ago | reply

      I commented on this yesterday, but my comment never made it on here. Aaaaaanyway. What I wanted to say was WOW. Great composition, great color!

    11. AISHAKA 75 months ago | reply

      I give you a FROM CITRIT,BEST OF YOURS
      Citrit, best of yours!

    12. Mac V. 74 months ago | reply

      awesome.....one question though how do you edit the smoke out? i was there as well and ended up with great pics, but most were useless as i dont know how to edit out the smoke

    13. VJ Spectra 74 months ago | reply

      Thanks everyone

      Marco - You can increase contrast in post, snap off as many shots as quickly as possible at the start of the event, get "underneath" the smoke layer at ground level and use a tele lens to zoom in and decrease the effect of the smoke - it doesnt always co-operate however ;-)

    14. flickrgao 74 months ago | reply

      Great image. Thank you for the tip.

      Thank you for sharing with us.

      As seen in the WE LOVE CHINA group image pool at www.flickr.com/groups/welovechina.

    15. Dan Wiklund 59 months ago | reply

      Another great fireworks shot. Well done.

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