Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks in New York City: Canon 5D mark II

Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks in New York City: Canon 5D mark II


Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks in New York City: Canon 5D mark II from Mike Kobal on Vimeo.

This year the fireworks moved crosstown to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the exploration of the Hudson River by Henry Hudson. Shot from Hoboken, NJ, it was spectacular. Canon 5Dmk2 and 24-70mm at 2.8 at ISO 2000, Tripod with fluid head, edited in FCP. Music: Mozart, Turkish March, you can buy it here: http://www.amazon.com/Mozart-Rondo-Turca-Turkish-March/dp/B000JIDN5W

17 thoughts on “Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks in New York City: Canon 5D mark II

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  2. Eric

    Amazing. I am a photog major and was wondering how you did this. The fireworks came in 3 sets, and was wondering what made this happen,if it was editing, or just the way it was recorded, in pieces. You can email me if you wish.

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  4. toby tanser

    Great job, again capturing and creating from the current. Learning from the teacher; keep on putting up your great art! You’ve got the talent!!

  5. Andy

    Wow! beautiful captures!

    Were you using the bulb setting? Or exposure time? What was it maybe 1/20th?

  6. Jasminko Halilovic

    Your work is really fantastic. Grand Central Terminal is great. All the best.

    Jasminko Halilovic, Sarajevo, BiH

  7. Thomas C.

    A bit too “descriptive” for me. Nice show anyway !
    By the way, the music you used is not the overture of the Abduction from the Seraglio. It’s a transcription for orchestra of the final movement of a piano sonata (N°11) commonly knowned as “Alla Turca”

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