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  1. JonMikal

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    just getting thoughts on this. anything u'd do differently?

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  2. ShutteredEye

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    Cool picture. :thumbup: I might force over exposure a bit to try and bring out some of the texture on the dark sides of the logs--it might also serve to convey the "heat" of the subject...

    On second thought, it may just be my laptop screen making it dark. It may not need that at all.
     
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    Great shot! I'd like to see a plastic army soldier silouhetted (sp?) against the flame... ;)
     
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    fire bad. picture good. errrrrrrrrrr.
    i shot a campfire recently and found that the pictures had more texture and tonal variations when the logs had burned for awhile... i'm going to post mine
     
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    Maybe being able to see the tip of the flame, other than that, not much.
    Great shot!



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  6. JonMikal

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    thanks. now i need to go find a GI Joe
     
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    Juts make sure he's not a collectors item before you burn him up.
     
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    :lmao:
     
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    Excellent composition!!! I would experiment with opening the exposure. Be careful though. I think it is really close.
     
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    no offense JonMikal.... but it's kinda boring, just another fire shot to me. I think that every picture(esp. as familiar as one like this) needs to have it's own 'something' that makes it special. :wink:
     
  11. JonMikal

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    thanks everyone for the help.

    Chris - the plan is to use it as a backdrop for another project im mullin around with in my head. just wanted to make sure the exposure was ok.
     
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    Ok, that made me happy....:mrgreen: I thought you lost your touch there for a second..;)



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