Wine Glass + Fire

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  1. Dominantly

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    Got bored so I poured alcohol in the wine glass and tried to capture the flame. It rolled inside the glass and created an interesting flame, although not as defined/obvious as I imagined it.

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    Very cool and creative idea...
     
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    That is very cool. if you had been able to capture the logo on the wine glass better it might have made for a cool advertisement shot.
     
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    Thanks. A little front fill with something like my phone would have illuminated the front logo.. I thought about it, bit because the flame was do dim, I didn't want to take away from it.
    If the flame would have been stronger it would have done it all by itself. Sadly I was only using Sailor Jerrys rum so the flame wasn't very strong.
     
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    You need to come over here and talk to the good ol' boys.. they'll give you something that'll make a NICE flame! ;):drool:
     
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    :lol: I bet! Set my house on fire at the same time...
     
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    Nice job, very creative.
     
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    Yeah but you've gotta do what you've gotta do for the art.

    Actually, this is probably a case for multiple exposures blended together later in PP. But I would first experiment with different flame producing materials and shutter speeds.
     
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    Very true. I probably should have done some bracketing and then selective layering. Didn't even cross my mind at the time, and was only a button push away.

    I'll retry shortly.
     
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    the sailor jerry spiced rum is delicious.... just so you know... but already know.
     

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