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    Default Fireworks Shooting Outing (27/7/2002)

    Hi,

    On request of 9lives, I am organizing a fireworks shoot on the Preview day (27/7 I think).


    Date : 27/7/2002
    Time : Meet @ 4.00 - 4.15 pm, leave at 4.30pm SHARP, ON THE DOT.
    Location : Outside Cathay Photo, Penisula.


    Currently there are a few good spots, along the Pebble Bay/Cosy Bay area, and from the beach near Nicoll Highway. Both does not have very good foregrounds, but there aren't any other good locations already.

    Equipment needed:
    1. Tripod
    2. Cable Release
    3. Film/extra memory
    4. Extra batteries
    5. Mini Torch
    6. Mineral water, snacks, pocket TV, etc.

    Regards
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    Thanks ckiang.

    7: bring touch light also, it is going to be very dark.

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    my C-2100 good enough to take the fireworks?

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    Count me in.

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    Originally posted by siewsphone
    my C-2100 good enough to take the fireworks?
    yeah! i want to know too is it huh? mi also interested

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    this is interesting......

    anyone can suggest what film shld i get for this???

    best meet at outside cathay then if forget to bring things also can buy in time..:P

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    Originally posted by baiyun
    anyone can suggest what film shld i get for this???
    ISO 100 is fine if u planning to take long exposure with tripod... Provia?

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    Originally posted by ninelives
    Thanks ckiang.

    7: bring touch light also, it is going to be very dark.
    That's Item #5.

    Regards
    CK

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    Originally posted by siewsphone
    my C-2100 good enough to take the fireworks?
    As long as it has manual controls. If you have a cable release/remote for it, all the better.

    Regards
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    See I still got time after the RAG day event loh....

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    Originally posted by siewsphone
    See I still got time after the RAG day event loh....

    btw, those who are going, don't be late. we won't be waiting. this is not jbp or sentosa shooting. time is critical. be there early or be sorry.

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    We leave on the dot. Whoevers late gotta locate us (like 9lives tried doing last year )

    If we are late, we won't be able to get good spots, or enough space.

    Regards
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    wat kind of lens do u all recommend?? wide angle? tele?

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    Originally posted by kamwai
    wat kind of lens do u all recommend?? wide angle? tele?
    W I D E angle. The teles longer than about 80~105mm are probably not very useful.

    Regards
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    hopefully my 20-35 (32-56 equivilent) will be enough...
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    so PC never hangs with enormous storage capacity - LKY

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    Originally posted by kamwai
    hopefully my 20-35 (32-56 equivilent) will be enough...
    That should be enough. The last time I shot with a 35-70 and a 28-105, I never had to use the widest end.

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    Originally posted by kamwai
    hopefully my 20-35 (32-56 equivilent) will be enough...
    provied no trees are blocking u, last year i zoom in at around 60mm to avoid the trees or leaves. that is why we need to go early and catch a good spot.

    you will see lot of photophers parking their tripod there.

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    Originally posted by ninelives

    provied no trees are blocking u, last year i zoom in at around 60mm to avoid the trees or leaves. that is why we need to go early and catch a good spot.

    you will see lot of photophers parking their tripod there.
    wide a bit still ok...i can still crop it with Photoshop
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    Originally posted by ckiang
    We leave on the dot. Whoevers late gotta locate us (like 9lives tried doing last year )

    If we are late, we won't be able to get good spots, or enough space.

    oh u mean 9lines was the one who was trying to locate us last year when we were with Jed??!?!!
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