Any photography lovers here? Be it DSLR or film - Part 2

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Re: Any photography lovers here? Be it DSLR or film - Part

#301 Post by silversider » Tue Jun 01, 2010 11:51 pm

Here are 2 photos from Putra Mosque, taken last week.

A boy in a Mosque <-click for bigger photo
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and this one, dedicated to the people of Gaza <-click for bigger photo
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#302 Post by darthobiguan » Thu Jun 03, 2010 11:33 pm

Thanks. We all have to be family man some day.

silversider wrote:Beautifully capture bro darthobiguan. Never realised you're already a family man. Congratulation! Love the first photo, stunning smile! :thumbsup:

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#303 Post by jquah » Sat Jun 05, 2010 10:45 pm

Hello ... hope you like it:

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#304 Post by darthobiguan » Sat Jun 05, 2010 11:42 pm

Nice. But what is that? Looks like some kind of crossover between snail and crab.

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#305 Post by jquah » Sun Jun 06, 2010 10:53 pm

darthobiguan wrote:Nice. But what is that? Looks like some kind of crossover between snail and crab.
bro, this is a hermit crab, it is time to go beach.

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#306 Post by silversider » Tue Jun 08, 2010 11:10 pm

This
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Good one bro jquah. Miss you ol' chap.

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Re: Any photography lovers here? Be it DSLR or film - Part

#307 Post by silversider » Sun Jun 13, 2010 12:11 am

A few photos off Lisa Surihani. She was in Alamanda today to promote her latest movie "Lagenda Budak Setan".
Portraiture and 'Live' shot is not my forte, but enjoy the photos anyway.

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#308 Post by darthobiguan » Sun Jun 13, 2010 10:55 am

It seems like this movie is among the "planning to watch list" on quite a number of Malaysians. She looks sweet but I think your flash is a bit to harsh. Are you using internal or external flash?


silversider wrote:A few photos off Lisa Surihani. She was in Alamanda today to promote her latest movie "Lagenda Budak Setan".
Portraiture and 'Live' shot is not my forte, but enjoy the photos anyway.

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Re: Any photography lovers here? Be it DSLR or film - Part

#309 Post by blowsh » Mon Jun 21, 2010 5:16 pm

Hi all...new to this GPS forum...
saw the pictures u guys took...
1 word...wow...
m using a dslr also, but still trying to capture the pictures like u guys here...
u guys r great :thumbsup: hope to learn from u guys soon...

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Re: Any photography lovers here? Be it DSLR or film - Part

#310 Post by silversider » Thu Jun 24, 2010 6:29 pm

darthobiguan wrote:It seems like this movie is among the "planning to watch list" on quite a number of Malaysians. She looks sweet but I think your flash is a bit to harsh. Are you using internal or external flash?
Yup, it is a bit harsh. External flash (seldom used). Need to do more flash shooting to get better results. Sorry for not login-in earlier. My old Dell Studio lappie finally had it, kicked the bucket, bought the farm, pushing up daisies. Was using just my phone for the last 2 weeks to surf and check emails... bye bye Dell, bye bye Windows, coz I just bought a Macbook Pro!!! Yeeee haaaa!

Welcome blowsh. Share with us your pics ya!

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