Trying to capture flame

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  1. Booshka

    Booshka TPF Noob!

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    How do you think this one turned out? tried to catch the flames from some tea candles. I took the photo in colour but it didn't seem nice so i gave it the purple look in elements.

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    the purple def. adds to the atmosphere of the pic. I like the depth created by putting the two candles in as well. Its a very gothic shot, well done!
     
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    I like the purple tint.
     
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    it's beautiful! nice job.
     
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    Thanks, im still playing away with all the settings and learning. Now you mention it, it does look Goth like.
     
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    thats cool. i like reflections of color in the glass
     

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