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Apr 22, 2014 05:04 |  #1

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really vibrant color, nicely done.




  
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May 03, 2014 02:30 as a reply to  @ rick_reno's post |  #3

Kind of cool. I don't really do that whole long exposure moving lights sort of thing, but it can be used to great effect. You're off to a nice start, just keep on experimenting and see what you can comne out with.

Just something I have to point out though. You mentioned that these are CANDLES in a CHURCH. Those two words could conceivably be very important. You've made a deliberate attempt to identify two things that could potentially be loaded with connotations, but you've abstracted the image so much that you deliberately made the object unrecognizable.

That is to say...I don't see what connection the words (title and description) have to do with the image. I'm not saying that there is no connection, I'm just saying that I don't see it. The image seems to be an abstract study of moving lights. If that's the case, why does it matter that the lights came from candles in a church? And if the "candles in a church" thing is something that matters, I'm not quite sure why you chose to shoot it in such a way that is so abstract. If we need to know what this is, then shouldn't it be shot in a way that enables us to identify what it is?




  
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