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  1. wah_delayed

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    Hi guys, i'm new here... please take your time to post ur comments regarding this pic.. i was somehow amazed with the light of these candles and just took the shot.. also, i don't have a clue on photography - i'm just a beginner :meh:

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    Out of focus.
     
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    As an old film shooter I understand the highlight thing sometimes cant be helped but the out of focus can. Stay with it though you seem to have a romantic eye and that helps a lot.

    Moody shots are nice they get us past the everyday aspects of photography. Work on the focus though for sure.
     
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    Thanks for the advice... :) I actually just took the shot, LOL. Didn't take the time to focus on the subject. and also, just a quick question, can ordinary digicams create same outputs with professional cams? thanks again :)
     
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    I think the ideal way to get about this shot is to use a tripod or set the camera on something and then take two shots exposing for the candles and background seperately... then combine em in post. Just my .02.
     

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