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The power of heat.
The power of heat.
gwsallen


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Strength (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Nikon Coolpix 4500
Location: Bedroom
Date: Apr 12, 2004
Aperture: f/7.2
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/4sec
Galleries: Abstract
Date Uploaded: Apr 12, 2004

Candle lit, ice melt.

Statistics
Place: 29 out of 282
Avg (all users): 5.9466
Avg (commenters): 7.8000
Avg (participants): 5.6639
Avg (non-participants): 6.1543
Views since voting: 984
Votes: 281
Comments: 16
Favorites: 0


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04/20/2004 10:49:10 PM
wonderful detail and clarity
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04/20/2004 10:03:44 PM
Good job, excellent
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04/20/2004 04:30:37 PM
are you sure this is not for the "orange" challenge
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04/19/2004 02:23:41 AM
i LIKE this. I love the way the light plays with the melting ice cubes.
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04/18/2004 01:02:17 PM
Pretty colors, nice capture on the flame. What is the surround?
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04/18/2004 12:24:23 PM
That's different...very interesting image with the coloring and the clarity. Nice.
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04/18/2004 06:15:36 AM
A very nice picture, with excellent tone. It is pictures like this that are making me like candlelight photos more and more. You have my 10.
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04/17/2004 11:32:07 PM
I like your idea, it is original. The execution is well down, too. The lighting is perfect. Maybe this would look even better with the color of the candle made to match the rest of the photo. But, it looks wonderful as is, too!
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04/16/2004 05:20:55 PM
I suppose it depends on who's got the upper hand, since the ice cubes could easily douse the flame. They are both immensely strong forces,
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04/16/2004 08:38:19 AM
Very Interesting picture.
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04/15/2004 02:17:12 PM
A very nice visual effect.
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04/15/2004 01:53:50 PM
Cool shot! Very nicely composed ... hard to find anything to complain about with this one. 10
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04/15/2004 12:03:17 PM
Nice reflections in the ice.
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04/15/2004 08:47:35 AM
What a charming image. 8
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04/14/2004 07:53:55 AM
Fantastically well-taken image. Great lighting and creative, too! The only thing I would point out that there is a difference between "power" and "strength". Power is a more generic term, while strength is a word describing physical attributes such as raw strength and longevity. (you are by no means the only one. Check out this thread: kamps.org/g/?vkmv) I think you picture describes "power", but not "strength", and hence falls outside of the challenge. Sorry. (2)
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04/14/2004 06:04:20 AM
Great lighting, did you use a sepia filter?
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