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How to Best Photograph a Sparkler Exit

Posted by Wedding Sparklers Outlet on 3/11/2020 to Weddings

The big wedding day is starting to wind down and the party is starting to prepare for the final grand sparkler exit. This photo is a moment that many couples dream of being captured for months leading up to their wedding day. This will be a moment that your couple will treasure for a lifetime. This means you need to make sure you know how to capture the moment perfectly. 


Taking wedding sparkler photos can be a tricky process, especially for those who do not have much experience doing so. So today, we’ve put together a few tips to help you capture that last moment of the day perfectly!


Take Note of the Lighting

As any photographer knows, lighting is a crucial aspect of the finished result of all photos. Which means this is especially true when photographing a sparkler exit. It’s important to keep in mind that wedding sparklers emit their own light. This can mean that too much extra light can cause the picture to seem washed out and lose the effect of the sparkler, or too little light may result in blurry images that are lacking detail. It is essential to use the right level of light for the perfect shot of your wedding sparkler exit. So, while your couple is dancing the night away, check and see how the space they will be doing the sparkler exit looks beforehand. We recommend that you try a few practice shots before the big exit.


Adjust Your Camera Settings

Another important factor in capturing the perfect sparkler exit photo is making sure your camera is on the right setting. Depending on the type of camera you have, you will have several options for adjustments. Here are a few ways to adjust: 

  • Use an Auto-ISO setting, allowing your camera to adjust for your shots. 

  • Change the shutter speed to a higher setting for these types of shots. 

  • Use the widest aperture possible for the shot. This will ensure the clarity of the photo and decrease the blur.



Make Sure You Get the Shot!