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Posted By: AussieTrev, 12-25-2012, 07:25 PM

The bees weren't around like I had hoped, perhaps this is why.


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12-26-2012, 03:38 PM   #2
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Good timing on an interesting effect.
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Good timing on an interesting effect.
Thanks. Didn't take many shots, shooting flame is very much a luck type thing because the eye really can't see what the camera does. Should do more with fire, not burning things down, just photographing it.
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interesting shot, I've not tried that but may just give it a try. I like it BTW.
cheers

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interesting shot, I've not tried that but may just give it a try. I like it BTW.
cheers
Thanks Cee Cee, just took a couple of snaps, nothing setup, a bug candle the wife had lit.
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Absolutely lovely! Beautiful curves and colour, and the composition is awesome!
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Very creative one hot photo
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Absolutely lovely! Beautiful curves and colour, and the composition is awesome!
Thanks Tess. A lot of shots for one that works, flames are like that.

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Very creative one hot photo
Thanks. I did this because the bees weren't cooperative.
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