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    Lighting up time

    Just did this one for this weeks FlickrFriday.

    Lighting up time-lighting-up.jpg


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    Re: Lighting up time

    Very nice detail, I am curious what lens you used. Great shot!
    GET IN GET IT GET OUT!!!

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    Re: Lighting up time

    Quote Originally Posted by RookieDSLR View Post
    Very nice detail, I am curious what lens you used. Great shot!
    Thanks. I used 50mm f/1.8G AF-S its amazing for the price.

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    Re: Lighting up time

    when I saw it, I was confused for a second. cause the candle is right behind, but maybe next time try it with the candle to the left a bit (a lot of empty space) so both objects arent clashing one on another. the setup is nice and so is the idea, great exposure as well. just needs a bit of tweaking.

    what specs for the shot?

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    Re: Lighting up time

    Quote Originally Posted by rocketman122 View Post
    when I saw it, I was confused for a second. cause the candle is right behind, but maybe next time try it with the candle to the left a bit (a lot of empty space) so both objects arent clashing one on another. the setup is nice and so is the idea, great exposure as well. just needs a bit of tweaking.

    what specs for the shot?
    Thanks. I agree it would be better with the candle to the left side and perhaps slightly more in focus.
    I terms of the shot, it was taken using my 50mm f/1.8G lens, ISO100 on my D800 in aperture priority at f2.5. The effective shutter speed was 4.3secs

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    Re: Lighting up time

    no, the focus is perfect and the exposure is perfect. I like the candle out of focus vs the match. it gives it depth. just next time move it to the left a bit. and zoom in a bit to cut the expty space above or show more of the candle holder at the bottom. just a lot of empty space around. nice thinking.
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    Re: Lighting up time

    Bit of PP

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    Re: Lighting up time

    Quote Originally Posted by wornish View Post
    Bit of PP

    Lighting up time-lighting-up2.jpg
    Thats the **** right there. thats what im talking about. BRAVO! thumbs up buddy!
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