Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by LearnMyShot, Apr 26, 2010.
Hi, Let me know what you think of this shot. It was fun to do
video: How to photograph fire
I like it! Not too sure of the composition or framing though. It seems that it should be angled a lil more down to get a little more of the reflection or up a little to get all the actual flame. Or crop a lil off the top to make it look more even, Just my .02. Its still an awesome pic.
Watched your vid and I thought it was neat. The end result is pretty good, I really like how there's nothing but flame and darkness. I plan on trying this at some point.. works well for me also because I lack an off-camera flash and this setup requires no additional lighting.
I've enjoyed watching your videos. Keep 'em coming!
Very nice video!
Well, I know what I'm doing later!
After I saw this I went and found the first what seemed like abandoned house I could find and lit her uuuuppppp..... hows this for lighter fluid on glass. Yours is more artistic with the reflection in the glass... and the small, simple flame.
just kidding guys.. these were taken at the NC fire dept breathing school im on a FD and my friend teaches there.
These were taken just because it had gotten so big.
Nice, I like.
i love it the contrast is amazing
pbrr1der thanks for your comment there are a bunch of other frames that you can see in the video: this one has a better framing, i think
Thank you so much guys for your feedback!
new one coming:
We are heading to shoot a child portrait at the barn today. If little Juliette behaves we'll have new tutorial for next week
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