Phoneography Challenge: Macro – Molten Magic

Molten Magic

A fire in the fireplace. Taken with an iPhone 4 and edited in Snapseed. 12.8.13

 

Molten Magic2

A fire in the fireplace. Taken with an iPhone 4 and edited in Snapseed. This one is flipped over. 12.8.13

This is as close as I could get with my iPhone to a shot of a fire in our fireplace.  I most definitely cropped it… there was no way either my phone or I were going to get THAT close to the fire!  I  was trying to keep both a sense of the fire and abstract it.  I then took the same photo and flipped it (second one).  Tell me which one you like better.

As always, I welcome comments on this or any other part of my blog.

FireBonnet

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13 thoughts on “Phoneography Challenge: Macro – Molten Magic

  1. Pingback: Phoneography Challenge: Macro « blogagaini

  2. Meghan Deinhard Also FireBonnet

    Thank you so much Janet. You could have commented below instead of through FB. Or do you mean FB made you log in. I hate that! I've found if I'm already on FB on another tab, I don't have to log in when I comment. Thank you again for leaving the comment!

  3. Janet Webb

    Have to say I like them both. 🙂 Makes me miss our wood-burning stove. (Why in the world to I have to log on via FB to post a comment? Normally I wouldn't bother, but I did want to say I liked the photos.)

    janet

  4. Meghan Post author

    Thank you Sally. I’m going to see what I can do now with my camera, it’ll be easier to get closer and get some dimension.

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  6. Sally

    Nicely captured–I’m intrigued by fire and trying to give it its visual due. I particularly like the second one. In their abstraction both have a painterly quality. Happy Phoneography Monday.

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