- I'm Blue.... Da ba di Da ba da Da ba di Da ba da... -

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Using incandescent white balance for daylight shots can result in that gorgeous blue. Therefore, shoot an entry in incandescent WB to get that gorgeous blue. No human/ no close-up/ no macros please. Have fun
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Afternoon Candle Light
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The more I underexposed an image, the dark the blue becomes, but the flower vase disappear into the darkness :( I had to replaced the vase with some Candle Light for the sake of visibility. What I discovered is that candle light reflect off the wall and create the most dramatic gradient of blue shades. I love it.
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Submitted: Saturday, 19th June, 2010 23:11 (GMT)
Taken: Saturday, 19th June, 2010
Focal length: 17 mm
Shutter speed: 1/200 sec
Aperture: F4.5
ISO: 400
Notes: Curve down, + 8 saturation, vignette
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