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    Candle light.

    Set this up the other day, don't think I did bad, but only managed about 5 shots before the kids were bored.

    Didn't get a chance to look the images over, to any great detail, between shots.
    No other lighting so lens was wide open and so a very shallow DofF.

    1E9A7703 (2) by Anthony Adams, on Flickr

    Think I may try them individually with a book or someting similar.

    #2
    Like the softness the on the faces as the light is reflecting from them. Love their poses as them appear mesmerize by the light from the candle. My only suggestion would be to tone the light down a tad, or expose for the candle as the faces removed during post processing.

    Tom

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      #3
      I rather like that, the softness adds a vintage feel. Candle is a little bright - maybe tone it down a touch in post otherwise...
      Nigel

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        #4
        Very nice but agree with Tome the candle would benefit from being toned down
        Trev

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          #5
          The children's faces have an enchanting glow but I have to agree about the candle..
          Alan

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