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

#1771 Post by jquah » Thu Apr 02, 2009 9:08 pm

silversider wrote:Cool shots bro barnes, the fungus looks good enough to eat.
Do be careful when you are shooting motorX events, as it can get quite dusty with sands, and that is bad for the camera. Not a bad idea if you can invest in a simple bulb blower to blow away the dust at the end of the day. A good filter should also be able to protect your lens from possible flying stones or pebbles (unless you already have one on).

and, we want more photos please! =D>
Polarizer is a must have, you get nice sky when you use it.

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#1772 Post by endura » Fri Apr 03, 2009 1:28 am

A visit to floating market (Jetty at N13.52198 E99.96924) in Bangkok. Spotted this lady with sad and lost face.
Reason, the T-shirt says it all


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#1773 Post by silversider » Fri Apr 03, 2009 2:21 am

Hee hee, I was expecting something much more serious there bro endura, you got me. :thumbsup:

Here is something that I purposely ever edit, now using a different software to pp my photos. So have to belajar all over again. The previous software I was using (paintdotnet) was a bit too limited.

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

#1774 Post by ajay » Fri Apr 03, 2009 7:23 am

silversider, what software r u using now?
ask not (just) what malsingmaps can do for you
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#1775 Post by silversider » Fri Apr 03, 2009 9:53 am

I am now learning to use Photoshop bro ajay.

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#1776 Post by jquah » Fri Apr 03, 2009 11:12 am

silversider wrote:I am now learning to use Photoshop bro ajay.
Bro, just wanted to say, your edit is awesome .... very artistic !

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#1777 Post by jquah » Sat Apr 04, 2009 1:39 pm

My new toy E3 + 50 mm Macro lens + FL36 Flash

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#1778 Post by endura » Sat Apr 04, 2009 11:33 pm

Titisan: very nice. the white backdrop really make the red subject stand out.

grasshopper :; super sharp macro but overall slight "washout". before shooting outdoor best to have EV - one step. But now you can try increase the contrast using photo editing software :good:

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#1779 Post by silversider » Sat Apr 04, 2009 11:41 pm

Bugs, grasshoppers, spiders, flying insects all freaks me out man. Thank you very much for showing it in full glorious colours and detail. Know will sure kena nightmares tonight.
E3! Wooo yeah. :thumbsup:

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#1780 Post by jquah » Sun Apr 05, 2009 6:43 pm

silversider wrote:Bugs, grasshoppers, spiders, flying insects all freaks me out man. Thank you very much for showing it in full glorious colours and detail. Know will sure kena nightmares tonight.
E3! Wooo yeah. :thumbsup:
You can't be a "Kampong Boy" in this case, they are my pets when I was young. Got to show you another funny one :

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