My weekend was spent in cemeteries for all saints day. The cemeteries are full of candles and flowers, although most candles are in glass lanterns there are a few that have large wicks and open to the air. I really like these larger candles, mainly because they give off much more lights.
This image was shot at 6400 ISO and not really good quality in colour with all the noise. I edited the image in Lightroom using a VSCO preset for Neopan Film.
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5 thoughts on “Flame of Memory”
It’s a beautiful, pensive image.
Thank you Laura
Youre welcome 🙂
Nice shot. I do the same when I have colour images with a lot of noise.
With high ISO you can hide the noise easily in black and white. I have a few colour shots I am going to share but they need some work to reduce the noise.