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  #163 Paper
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Paper Fire       ©2015 QueenEsther
Nikon D3200       27th place, 20 points
1/200s, f4.5, ISO 3200, 43mm, Unknown, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: Highlights shadows, cropping, USM, noise       Extra Info: None
 
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Mepo
Sep 29, 2015
    There's no mystery about what paper was burnt. Some joker left a mess of paper in the backyard and Queen E had to clean it up.

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kingderry
Sep 27, 2015
    OH the mystery of what was on the paper you burnt!
excellent approach to the challenge, very creative

aoc46
Sep 27, 2015
    Like the shape of the flame, but not really clear that it's paper that's burning.

mrsawyer
Sep 26, 2015
    Looks like you shot this one too late to see paper as the main focus.

jomari
Sep 25, 2015
    Nice shot - the best of the fire images imo. In my favourites.

Jade O.
Sep 25, 2015
    Lots of flame, not so much paper. Nice lighting.

Mepo
Sep 25, 2015
    Great job of capturing the flame. Right on theme. The texture on the bricks and the light on the ashes work really well. Since you state in your title that this is paper on fire I have no reason to disbelieve you. My own experience also confirms that this is what paper looks like when it is burnt. The challenge was specific in that paper could be in all it's forms. This is what it looks like when it is burnt. Therefore this meets the theme (imo).
Edited on Sep 27, 2015

forkcandles
Sep 25, 2015
    not a lot of paper left .............................

Anthony Comyn
Sep 25, 2015
    Very nice image... The pattern of the flames are very interesting. I do see some layering in the flames, this could be due to the noise reduction or the sharpening. I have found that post processing on flames is always very tricky. I feel you could have dropped the ISO to 1600 or maybe even 800 and still have had plenty of shutter speed for this image. That being said, I still like the photo and still in my favourites.
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