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

#311 Post by silversider » Sun Jun 27, 2010 1:08 am

my name is Dennis, Dennis Hopper!
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i think i love you
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Some old photos from last year.

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#312 Post by civic98 » Sun Jun 27, 2010 9:00 am

silversider wrote: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!
Welcome to the Mac world!! You'll love it! CONGRATS! Btw I just bought a Sigma 70-300 Macro, cheapest solution for telephoto zoom and macro at the same time.. Still experimenting it, hopefully will get more macro shots with it. Struggling with it cause it doesn't have OS..

Now I know why some tripods are so expensive, I got a mediocre one and it vibrates like mad..

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#313 Post by silversider » Sun Jun 27, 2010 11:35 pm

I'm loving it a lot already. This Macbook Pro was designed and built solely for this purpose (photo editing) lah in my opinion.
Still getting use to the OS and the 17" screen is awesome.
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Re: Any photography lovers here? Be it DSLR or film - Part

#314 Post by darthobiguan » Mon Jun 28, 2010 12:03 pm

I still have a hardtime quitting windows. Thats because most of the PC games and my softwares are still in Window's platform. Argh.
silversider wrote:I'm loving it a lot already. This Macbook Pro was designed and built solely for this purpose (photo editing) lah in my opinion.
Still getting use to the OS and the 17" screen is awesome.
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Re: Any photography lovers here? Be it DSLR or film - Part

#315 Post by civic98 » Wed Jun 30, 2010 11:38 am

At last some shots from Bali, just managed to screen through them..

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

#316 Post by endura » Tue Jul 06, 2010 12:16 am

Hello People. LOng time didn't check in here.

Here is one theme that I long wanted to do. IN THE MIDDLE OF THE STREET

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

#317 Post by civic98 » Tue Jul 06, 2010 11:23 am

endura wrote:Hello People. LOng time didn't check in here.

Here is one theme that I long wanted to do. IN THE MIDDLE OF THE STREET
Very inspiring! Wish I had the guts to pull off something like that.

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

#318 Post by silversider » Thu Jul 08, 2010 9:01 pm

Ha haa, cool idea endura! Love it.
Try putting a floor standing light (with the bulb lighted - use battery flashlight) as prop at the head of the model.

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

#319 Post by silversider » Fri Jul 09, 2010 12:05 am

my personal favorite.

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p.s. you can see reflection of his game boy advance in his eye. that's the only way i can get him to stay in that pose long enough for me to get the shot.

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

#320 Post by silversider » Wed Jul 28, 2010 1:31 pm

A few more photos from the recent FLORIA Putrajaya: (click title to bigger photo)

into the sun
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a lot of Cs
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and a photo of some guy winning 3rd place in the photography competition held there.
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