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    I am new in photographing such things..
    I had try to shot like what u did..
    here is my shot, but i don't know how to color it like yours, I just edited it with the lightroom.
    and my camera isn't a DSLR, its just a point and shot one, it's canon SX120 IS..

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    This looks great!!

    This may a silly question but was it the post processing that created the colours?

    Cant wait to try it out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KathMac View Post
    This looks great!!

    This may a silly question but was it the post processing that created the colours?

    Cant wait to try it out...
    Yes, the coloring is done in post processing.
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    This is my attempt! It wasn't easy. My new camera is much heavier then my old one so I got about 20 mins of shooting and then I could hold my camera up anymore!

    This picture doesn't have any post processing except decreased dark's and increased highlights on the histogram because I had a slight lens flare in the left corner. Other then that I didn't change anything else since this was a JPEG. Apparently my version of Lightroom doesn't support the RAW files of the Canon 60d ... opps! When I added color gradient overlay the quality of the JPEG went down, so I wont post that (ick!). So this shot is pretty much as is, from the camera. Not bad for the first try...
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    Wonder how this would work with a cigarette?
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    Smoke Photography! Exploding light bulbs!
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    Thanks for the wonderful tutorial powerpix.I tried your water droplet one recently.It didn't turn out half as beautiful as yours.I've tried the smoke one now so here it is with no post processing.How did I do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by marline View Post
    Thanks for the wonderful tutorial powerpix.I tried your water droplet one recently.It didn't turn out half as beautiful as yours.I've tried the smoke one now so here it is with no post processing.How did I do?
    Nice work. At first glance it appeared (to me) almost like a set of lips blowing a puff of smoke out to the right!
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