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MepheistoSILVER Member newbie 2 posts Location: United Kingdom
Posted: So I've done a couple of fire sessions recently (i've finally managed to get the photos on the net (www.myspace.com/mepheisto) i only built the site today so don't judge me harshly! ) and i was wondering if anyone has any tips for improving fire photos. To get really good ones i have to take the photo right at the end of the burn. Any earlier and i'm left with just a huge orange glow. Shortening the exposure time just gives me a shot of me mid-turn. The camera is a Kodak easy share. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. As would a comment on my photos/video on the site (i know the editing on the video could do with a bit of work, but i'm struggling with the software.) J