Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn View Post
Just depends on what one wants the image to look like. Long exposures tend to match what we see...persistance of vision and all that -- we tend to take in the launch, peak and decent of a firework as a whole, when in reality, the tail of the firework can already be disappearing as the firework peaks.

Also it is easier -- less worries about timing the shot.
Ah, right, but I am not so sure I can use it here, I dont have a high vantage point close by, I'll try anyhow!

BTW, any other care I should use with Velvia? Ill be shooting that in 120, and using a d/film SLR