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    Tampines Sunset


    Dynax 5, Sigma 28-70 at the 28mm end. Fuji slide film ISO 200. Aperture priority. F11. Had a print made then scanned the print. A little bit of PS.
    Last edited by Ben1223; 17th December 2004 at 02:09 AM.

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    hmm...this shot looks very special to me...haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben1223
    Tampines Sunset


    Dynax 5, Sigma 28-70 at the 28mm end. Fuji slide film ISO 200. Aperture priority. F11. Had a print made then scanned the print. A little bit of PS.
    Cannot see the photo. Is it that we must pay to see photos in the Clubsnap gallery?

    Raymond

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    Nice shot! i like the massive clouds...

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    the tree on the right abit distracting.
    Try to PS away
    Great shot

    Jia You !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymondb
    Cannot see the photo. Is it that we must pay to see photos in the Clubsnap gallery?

    Raymond
    clubsnap is free. no need to pay to see the pics.. it must be your network config that's got something wrong or firewalled
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    Quote Originally Posted by locksley
    the tree on the right abit distracting.
    Try to PS away
    Great shot

    Jia You !
    Thanks. When I took the shot I was thinking of including or excluding. I should have taken two versions.

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    To sinori, icYchill and mmmrsia

    Thanks guys.

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    how come i never see this type of sky in Singapore where i can take pic one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_Yeo
    how come i never see this type of sky in Singapore where i can take pic one
    I think it's just my luck and some planning. This was shot close to where I live.
    I guess if you know your area well (like where sun rises and sets) you get a better chance.

    The day before I took this shot I notice that sky was awesome near 7pm while I was on the train.

    The following day I made it a point not to work overtime and went home to get my gear. I went to an area where I know there was a clearing and where the sun would set. I was hoping the good lighting that I saw the previous day would repeat. Luck was on my side.
    Last edited by Ben1223; 17th December 2004 at 10:57 PM.

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    nice.... but it seems abit blur to me leh.....
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