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Fireworks And Gimp

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I love fireworks! I absolutely love seeing a fireworks display during Independence Day celebrations! And I saw some awesome displays this past Fourth of July.

During the fireworks displays, I snapped some photos.

Since my camera phone really isn’t the best or most sophisticated, it was a bit of a challenge capturing some of the star-bursts. However, after I got home with the half dozen or so snapshots, I was able to composite some of the better pics in Gimp.

If you don’t already know, Gimp is the free, open source alternative to high-priced commercial graphics editing applications like Photoshop.

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