Here at Piece of Life and ReinisFischer.com we just love fireworks photography. It's one of the photo techniques I wanted to master first when learned secrets of successful photography.
My first experience with fireworks photography was a couple of years ago when I had a chance to visit St. Marks square in Venice during New Year's night. The result? It was a very crowded event, but still, I managed to get at least something. After we returned from Venice back to Tbilisi I made a kind of lovely Old New Year's firework photography from our balcony. You can see the result here: Old New Year's fireworks in Tbilisi
I made one of my best fireworks photography a year ago from Tamar Mephe bridge in Tbilisi, see Happy New Year! Fireworks Photography from Tbilisi 2018
In 2019 we had another great reason to memorize these fireworks, our baby daughter turned 6-month old and we thought fireworks should be a good ending for such a great event. Here is the result:
Old New Year's fireworks 2019
One of the benefits of having an apt with a view.
Tbilisi by night
About Old New Year
The Old New Year or the Orthodox New Year is an informal traditional holiday, celebrated as the start of the New Year by the Julian calendar. In the 20th and 21st centuries, the Old New Year falls on January 14 in the Gregorian calendar.
The tradition of the Old New Year has been kept in Belarus, Uzbekistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina (mostly in Republika Srpska), Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Montenegro,Moldova, Ukraine (Malanka), Wales (as Hen Galan) and Switzerland (as alter Silvester).