Photos – Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks NYC 2014

july42014-6 The Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks shifted to the East Side this year. A different vantage point changes everything!

I shot from Brooklyn this year and captured a nice mix of bursts and skyscrapers. All photos were taken with my Canon 70D & Canon 17-55mm EF-S lens using my previously posted tips on how to photograph fireworks. Take a look. july42014-2 july42014-5 july42014-3 july42014-9 july42014-1 july42014-4 july42014-7 july42014-8

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Canon 7D Tutorial – How to Photograph Fireworks 2014

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Once a year, Macy’s holds the biggest 4th of July party over the Hudson River — the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks. The crowd lines up along the Hudson River from 17th Street all the way to 60th St. Think New Year’s Eve in Times Square x 40 blocks! It’s pretty crazy, and the [...]

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