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Thread: Punggol Shoot 01, 27th Nov '04

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    Note: there are lots of memosa (thorns) in that area,
    so proper footware is advised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyline_impreza
    I live in Bishan, any idea other kinds of transport?
    Better still if got ppl longbang
    Btw, wat is the meeting time?
    U can take;
    - No.88 from opposite Bishan MRT,
    - alight at Punggol Rd(bus-stop in front of Blk 298A, Sengkang, just before TPE)
    - change to No.83, this will bring u to Punggol town.

    As for where to alight, will depends on where we are meeting up.

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    I shot this last year, just opp punggol plaza


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    Hi guys, here is my photo, first time doing sunrise shoot, really dont know what capture. Feel free to comment on it os that I can learn form mistake.

    Wildflower shoot

    Last edited by zidane777; 30th November 2004 at 08:26 AM.

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    hi skyline, if you take 88 and change to 83, it'll take you at least 1hour with all the turning around in bishan and hougang, but it's the fastest bus route. if you can't join us in time during sunrise can always come slightly later, i believe we'll be at the long kang for a while ... if not come join us for breakfast lor

    hey ortega, seems like you have been moving around the area for quite some time, there's a temple in construction in the direction you shot the lrt line and sunrise 'breaking' the lamp, got potential for nice silhouettes during sunrise

    hi zidane777, i like the mimosa shot, just that lighting and sharpness could have been better, maybe a better shot this saturday with more preparations

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    Nice shots but could be better

    I hope that you don't mind me editing your pictures to show you what I mean.

    Anyway here it is



    Tighter crop for composition and should blur away the background, picture needs more highlights.


    again more details to fill the frame, need to be slightly under exposed to saturate colour.

    Hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by zidane777
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    Wildflower shoot

    I took a same one, but BIGGER than yours


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    Nice shot, but needs a tad more dof

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    So guys, what time are we meeting up on this sat?
    Btw, Snapsanp will be joining us, but he got to leave at 8am.

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    this thread has just been renamed! now it's called Punggol Shoot 02 i'll be updating information on the front page for easy viewing, do PM me any information that needs to be included, thanks all!

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    alamak, can only rename post title, cannot rename thread title, paiseh

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    Nice shot, but needs a tad more dof
    Thanks. I should've used higher ISO value and smaller aperture to keep the whole flower in focus. There was some wind when took the shot, couldn't use too much slower speed But higher ISO might help.

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    Why dont you start a new tread for the long kang shoot,
    this tread is for the sunrise shoot photos.

    I will be collecting my CD today, I hope that my sunrise shots come out ...

    Will post later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    Why dont you start a new tread for the long kang shoot,
    this tread is for the sunrise shoot photos.

    I will be collecting my CD today, I hope that my sunrise shots come out ...

    Will post later.
    hmmm ... yah, makes sense too, thanks for suggestion

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    Why dont you start a new tread for the long kang shoot,
    this tread is for the sunrise shoot photos.

    I will be collecting my CD today, I hope that my sunrise shots come out ...

    Will post later.
    Agreed, this thread is getting too long.

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    thanks everyone for you advice, would try to improve on it. (Too bad i only have the 18-55mm kit len, sign.....) a lot more for me to learn.
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    new thread for Punggol Shoot 02! http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...hreadid=103801

    thanks catchlights! received the photos you emailed
    Last edited by eikin; 30th November 2004 at 06:28 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zidane777
    thanks everyone for you advice, would try to improve on it. (Too bad i only have the 18-55mm kit len, sign.....) a lot more for me to learn.
    3 ways:
    1. shoot large size, crop in photoshop
    2. close-up filter/len
    3. Micro lens

    Hope this help

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    Hi catchlights, recieved the photos, Thanks a lot.
    Notice that ur sensor need cleaning, some dirt on the top left.

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    My contribution:


    Somehow there's a smear near the ray.

    Last edited by Amigo; 30th November 2004 at 09:04 PM.

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