View Poll Results: Which photo is your favorite?

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  • DavidWare

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  • Steph

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  • Sheiky

    25 78.13%
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Thread: #49 - Fire (Congrats Sheiky)

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    whoa! Skateboard Guy jumping through burning star is one mighty fine image!

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    Here is my burning entry!

    Not taken recently though (Crete 2011)



    And three others, also with fire, that I like quite a bit. Although I've got camera shake blur (38mm @ 1/5 sec), one can see how they were "fighting" with the fire swords.






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    I had this idea for my entry.......



    (not to worry .... just think about photoshop layers)

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    Fire in the sky, Yellowknife, NWT

    Canon 1DX, 24 mm f/1.4 L II, 10 sec @ f/1.4, ISO 800
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Huyer View Post
    Fire in the sky, Yellowknife, NWT

    Canon 1DX, 24 mm f/1.4 L II, 10 sec @ f/1.4, ISO 800
    You missed one of the pertinent shooting parameters... the temperature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post
    You missed one of the pertinent shooting parameters... the temperature.
    It was much warmer last night for this show: -32 C. Positively balmy!

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    This was taken back in 2011. The combination of waves and clouds on the horizon created a look of flames moving up and down and across the horizon as the sun was setting. It was the strangest sight.

    Not really fire, but it sure looked like it.


    Fire on the Lake -9659 by westmichigan, on Flickr
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    Tried out some "fire" shots this afternoon. The first will be my entry(more on Flickr):


    Hot Woman by Jan Paalman, on Flickr


    Curly Smoke by Jan Paalman, on Flickr

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    Holy smokes Jan. I saw your HOT LADY image on Flickr earlier today and that is really one wonderful piece of art. Great vision in setting this up.

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    Very cool (or hot?) Jan! The lady on fire looks like a winning shot to me. Maybe you could share the setup/recipe for this shot in a week or so?

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