Get Your Marshmellows - Campfire

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Post your campfire photo, if you have them.

Just fooling around with my camera while sitting around the campfire. I shot this at 1/30 of a second at 2.8. I did not have a tripod. I just like the way it looks.

Ron

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Chris, I just downloaded a spell checker at: http://www.iespell.com/ and it works much faster than the old spell checker here at the Cafe. All I have to do is right click the box I am in and select check spelling. One second later it is done.

By the way Ron, here is my contribution to your thread. This was a high ISO shot and has some blown highlights but it is all I had.

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Not a campfire, but...

strobel said:
Post your campfire photo, if you have them.
Ron :

Well, here are a few from last Christmas Eve in Santa Fe, when the Canyon Road area is filled with faralitos and luminarias, with families walking and caroling.

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Not all exactly "campfires", but the idea's there. And the hot spots in the last one aren't due to digital noise - the fire was spitting sparks for some substantial distance !

And I was downwind ! No matter.

Always shoot.



John P.
 
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