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Sep 01, 2007 00:32 |  #1

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Sep 01, 2007 08:09 |  #2

Interesting image, what am I looking at.


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Sep 01, 2007 09:17 |  #3

That is the most unusual shot of a flame that Ihave ever seen.
I assume that you were on tripod and that any motion would be due only to the flame.


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Sep 02, 2007 01:54 as a reply to  @ Robert_Lay's post |  #4

Hi,
Thanks both of u for u r replies & exchange of view.
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Sep 02, 2007 01:56 |  #5

Robert_Lay wrote in post #3839707 (external link)
That is the most unusual shot of a flame that Ihave ever seen.
I assume that you were on tripod and that any motion would be due only to the flame.

Hi,
Yes, I used a tripod & motion capture is due to motion of the flame.
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Sep 03, 2007 13:22 |  #6

very original!


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Sep 04, 2007 07:00 |  #7

interesting and im not against the image, but without an object(candle lighter) i find the soft movement without purpose, and the wick isnt sharp either, maybe a composite shot would work better, shoot the wick sharp then shoot the soft flame and overlay, food for thought :)T


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Sep 04, 2007 07:11 |  #8

Tobster001 wrote in post #3857539 (external link)
interesting and im not against the image, but without an object(candle lighter) i find the soft movement without purpose, and the wick isnt sharp either, maybe a composite shot would work better, shoot the wick sharp then shoot the soft flame and overlay, food for thought :)T

Hi,
May be u r right, I will give it another chance & re-shoot it.
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Sep 04, 2007 07:11 |  #9

ElleKelley wrote in post #3852560 (external link)
very original!

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