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  1. Ravenscroft

    Ravenscroft TPF Noob!

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    Is there some way to reduce the really bright spots when im photographing fire at night? I like most of this image and enjoy the texture but the bright spot from intense flame at the base of the center log bother me. anyone have anyideas to reduce this next time? or even on this photo? *Ok to Edit*

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    Joseph Elliott
     
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    Re-position the logs to cover the really hot spots & produce manageable yellow flames.
     
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    Do a shot normally then do a couple stopped down a bit and see how those work.
     

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