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    Wah...so both of you had a romantic time?

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    hahahhahaha .... nice shot ...
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    So Simon tell us leh...who motivated you to do it?

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    Ay funny leh... when I took for you this shot... the silhoutte of both of you were blur. This picture turned out sharp. How's that? :P

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    Originally posted by catmanzecatz
    Ay funny leh... when I took for you this shot... the silhoutte of both of you were blur. This picture turned out sharp. How's that? :P
    That is because i set the focus to Infinity.

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    Better be careful you don't get cateracts(?) from staring at the sun too much.

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    Originally posted by Simon


    That is because i set the focus to Infinity.
    how to manually set focus to infinity ?

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    Nice pic and lomantic poem.. keke..

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    Originally posted by shawntim
    how to manually set focus to infinity ?


    The mark that looks "8" lying down is the infinity mark on your lens focusing ring - assuming you are using SLR lenses.

    P&S, digicams will have different ways for setting infinity focus - but almost all will indicate infinity with the "sleeping 8" sign.

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    Fantastic!! Where did you shoot this and with what focal length?
    For those who shoot sunsets and sunrise, do you experience ghosting, some sort of reflection of the sun just beside it in the image?

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    Originally posted by Jerome
    Fantastic!! Where did you shoot this and with what focal length?
    For those who shoot sunsets and sunrise, do you experience ghosting, some sort of reflection of the sun just beside it in the image?

    Thanks.

    This was shot at Changi, near to the Army Ferry Terminal.

    I'm using Canon EOS 1V with 28-70L f/2.8 @ 28mm f/11 Provia ISO 100.

    If what you are refering to is flare, the wider the focal point, the easier to get them, use a Lens hood to minimise flare.

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    Thanks Simon. Wow, at 28mm the sun is so big?! Superb shot. Even with a telephoto lens and I could hardly get such a size.

    Ermmm, I wasn't referring so much as a flare but some kind of reflection of the sun off to 1 position. I read that it's called "ghosting".

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    Got a newbie question. For a shot like this, where do you meter? Do you bracket or is it "one shot one kill"?

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