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Discussion in 'Appraisal Gallery' started by monkeys bunny, Jul 4, 2011.

  1. monkeys bunny

    monkeys bunny Well-Known Member

  2. lisadb

    lisadb Well-Known Member

    I like this one better than the one viewed from above but it still isn't attention grabbing. Have a think what you can do to push it above the normal 'candle' image. :)
  3. RovingMike

    RovingMike Crucifixion's a doddle...

    Why has it been shot in the dark? That just ensures that the flame is all you see and that is completely burned out.
  4. Clodhopper

    Clodhopper Well-Known Member

    As Mike said, it's always better to have a little ambient light on the subject when shooting flames and similar.
    It looks like a bright blob of light and doesn't hold the interest for long... might be an idea to have something else in shot other than just one solitary flame, maybe show more of the candle holder?

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