Many of you would be shocked to know that I haven’t taken a real vacation in over seven years. Yes, that’s correct. That’s why I wonder so much about how European small business owners get to do that; it doesn’t happen here in America. Running this site as a small business owner, managing a team, and ensuring we’re always supported is a heck of a lot more difficult than you may think. But this weekend, we’re taking a bit of a break for the Holiday weekend in North America. So, if you’re going to photograph the fireworks, then know we’ve done a bunch of tutorials over the years that will get you the photos you want. We’ve done a tutorial on how to get beautiful photographs of fireworks on film before. For those of you who are more visual, there’s a cheat sheet that we’ve featured before too. In fact, here are two cheat sheets. And if you’re brand new to photography, there are some basic tips right here. Finally, here’s another piece to keep you entertained and where you might just learn something new. That’s all folks. Our normal publishing schedule will resume on July 5th.
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