A&P Candle pics

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    i have some Candle Pics but all my uploaders are dead do you have one?
     
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    I just used the OT one. Works fine for me!
     
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    I'll give it a go but sometimes it wont let me if its over 500 KBs
     
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    resize it :dunno:
     
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    I just started taking photo's i dont know how you get such good ones?
     
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    the camera helps but composition plays a big part in taking good pics. It looks like there was some movement in your camera when you took the pics...I take it you didn't use a tripod? It may be a little out of focus as well but the movement might be the reason for that.

    If possible in low light situations use a tripod :) Also if you want an even better result, use a remote or a timed delay so that your camera is absolutely still. Even just pressing down the button to take the picture can cause enough movement to make your shot blurry.

    I'm realtively new at photography myself so I'm trying to learn as much as I can. Practice makes ya better but I think there's always room for improvement somewhere.
     
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    yeah i didnt use a tripod, i dont have one. Thanks for the tips!!
     
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    i like a lot of your pics, but your logo is starting to bug me :/
     
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    Shitty pic from almost a year ago :o
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    pyromania :drool:
    Cool spray shot.
     
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    I was thinking about making it smaller but don't feel like changing my actions in photoshop...I'm a lazy ass at times. I've had a problem with people taking my pics and using them on their sites without asking.
     

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