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    Eliana Franzenburg
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    Hi!
    Here is a photo that I took last night.

    I used a purple FL-D filter and I used the on camera flash too.
    ISO 400
    Aperture 5.6
    Shutter speed 1/60

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    #27919

    Ryan Madaris
    Participant

    Nice job! I think this would look better if the photo was vertical, and maybe use a light that’s not as harsh as the flash. I like the other candle in the background!

    #28076

    Joseph Cochran
    Participant

    Awesome Photo! I love the placement of the other candle in the background. Terrific use of the FL-D filter btw. I noticed there seems to be a slight shadow caused by the flash outlining your candles. If you were to reshoot this, maybe not being so near the wall would help. Great job on this!

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    James Staddon
    Keymaster

    You can reduce the effect of the harsh, straight-on flash by editing out (or at least toning down) the small section of white streak on the front candle.

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