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By LouisePeaches  
Bit of an old photograph but oh well! It was very warm to stand by that's for sure!
I've added a small black linear gradient to the bottom of the photo to add an almost 'ground' to the fire because the shot was of the middle of the fire and didn't really have a bottom. I quite like the way it turned out - may just be me but almost think the bottom looks a little reflective or watery?! Enjoy! xx

Tags: General Digitally manipulated Wildlife and nature Flash and lighting

Voters: hollymcmahonxo, Andy_carper001, KarenFB and 4 more

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KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 167 England
13 Jan 2012 5:11PM
I really like your post processing with this one - you've 'grounded' the fire brilliantly. The colours are wonderful and the black background really makes those colours shine out! Smile

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13 Jan 2012 5:14PM
Thank you very much Karen! Smile xx
Wow the colours of the flame are quality!
13 Jan 2012 7:04PM
thank you Andrew! this is the handy work of Henrique himself Wink haha x
Then it's pants I retract my comment!!! Tongue
13 Jan 2012 7:17PM
hahah! he made the fire, i took the picture so i edited the colour slightly therefore it must still be quality!? xx
Ah that's alright then, I thought he took the picture Tongue x
13 Jan 2012 7:21PM
oooh no, as if he could take such an amazing photo... tehe x
jamestheboy 7 447 5 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2012 7:56PM
That a hot photo Smile

13 Jan 2012 8:19PM
haha thanks James Smile
rambler Plus
8 702 14 England
14 Jan 2012 9:15PM
Beautifully taken and presented, your darkening of the base has worked superbly. Excellent colours and I can feel the heat from here.

14 Jan 2012 9:51PM
Thank you 'rambler'! that's lovely of you!!
I love this, great shot Grin
Really like the colours caught and the silhouettes of the branches

Great work Grin

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