Permission to fire C&C

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  1. Noxire

    Noxire TPF Noob!

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    When giving critique please Be harsh you don't help me by being gentle and not pointing out a pictures faults
     
  2. TJ K

    TJ K No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Well I guess i'll be harsh then :lol:
    I think the little cannon is neat. I do wish that you would have captured the whole flame in the frame(say that three times fast) It also looks like you bumped up the blacks,contrast,and saturation a bit. I would have liked to have scene some more of the cannon with more light on it. Also I wish the matchbox was all in the frame too. GL
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    I agree, I would have liked to see the whole flame. Did you try just spot metering the flame? I know you didn't have much time. You should snap off a match really short, light it, blow it out, then drop it down the barrel so that you get a cannon smoking as if just fired. That would be clean. I don't really have any technical advice though, just that you should get the whole flame in the shot if you do it again.
     
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    I agree on the flame. I noticed that right off the bat.
     
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    ok another shot in the session, better worse? this one is unproccessed
     
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    I think the first one is better, even with the flame cut off.
     
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    ya i like #1 more jus because it all in ur face.
     

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