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    Quote Originally Posted by scud
    no prob. 'extended' too much and become distraction. i dont think by bluring the extended part out will yield any good too as it will still be there.
    Yeah... not much help as the color is still very close. can always try another time rite? since all is still under your control mah ^_^.

    BTW, may I know what is ur setup for that shoot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashleyy
    Not sure abt wad color B+W gives but definitely skylight will not make it colder...
    guess we should do a small simple test to find out! hehe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashleyy
    Not sure abt wad color B+W gives but definitely skylight will not make it colder...
    ic, ic..... then the one that gives colder colour is which one?
    i'm not sure if it is uv.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scud
    ic, ic..... then the one that gives colder colour is which one?
    i'm not sure if it is uv.
    if i'm not wrong, B+W UV is complete clear and someone i know claimed it enhanced the picture a little in clarity. Hoya is definitely giving yellow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chunger
    Yeah... not much help as the color is still very close. can always try another time rite? since all is still under your control mah ^_^.

    BTW, may I know what is ur setup for that shoot?
    setup:
    a tent and 2 external flashes (both bounced) so that no reflection on the face.
    btw, both flashes were not mounted on hot shoe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scud
    setup:
    a tent and 2 external flashes (both bounced) so that no reflection on the face.
    btw, both flashes were not mounted on hot shoe.
    Oh icic.... next time you shoot do take a pic of your setup pls. Wanted to learn this also. Then can ask my boss to buy something for product shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scud
    a watch that i did recently in raw. can go to my webby for more....
    btw, nice shot here.
    could've given the links on the chain more shadows. it looks a bit flat at the moment.
    sigh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scud
    ic, ic..... then the one that gives colder colour is which one?
    i'm not sure if it is uv.
    Yup, it's UV... UV removes blue, causing more yellow. Where as Skylight removes more blue, causing a pinkish tinge..

    Skylight 1B should be Hoya I think
    Last edited by Ashleyy; 13th January 2005 at 02:18 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chunger
    Oh icic.... next time you shoot do take a pic of your setup pls. Wanted to learn this also. Then can ask my boss to buy something for product shoot.
    can, no prob. but cam not included in the setup photo, else how to take....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clown
    btw, nice shot here.
    could've given the links on the chain more shadows. it looks a bit flat at the moment.
    thanks for you advise, room for improvement.

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    Good Morning....

    scud: Now I look again at your watch, i think the left side is slightly overexpose but overall I like it. Agree with Clown that more shadows on the chain but I think you wanna try to have evenly exposed watch with no shadows?

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    morning, people! guess from now on, we talk on this thread?

    anyone wants to upgrade??

    http://forum.clubsnap.org/showthread...50#post1041350
    If Life worked on auto mode then manual mode for photography would have never existed. ― Deeksha Mittal

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    Dear Folks,
    Model: Confidential (aka Zheng Shao Chiu)
    Theme: Martial Arts Swordsman
    Date: 21 Jan 05
    Time: 12pm Lunch and followed by shoot
    Place: Only disclosed to accepted photographers
    Fee: $50 (Free for first 30 photographers to sign up)

    Register your CS Nick here:

    1) Ashleyy
    2) Will03
    3) Geno
    4) Drudkh
    5) acidbyte
    6) furball
    7) TMC
    8) D.A
    9) Chunger
    10) Gryphon
    Dreaming... 14mm f2.8, 16-35 f2.8 mkII, 85 f1.2 mkII

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightwolf75
    morning, people! guess from now on, we talk on this thread?

    anyone wants to upgrade??

    http://forum.clubsnap.org/showthread...50#post1041350
    from $1K jump to $3K...

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    Morning all another hair-raising-hectic day

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    Quote Originally Posted by alechim
    oh really??????
    cant remember his name though...but got a gd deal hehe
    starts off with jo.... he told me heart pain lol.. cos he seldom use this gd cam and have to sell off to change system.. a canon 20D

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    Quote Originally Posted by dEthANGeL
    Morning all another hair-raising-hectic day
    wah, what's so exciting?

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    Scud, I know nuts about product shoot, cant really comment much. Just it looks different from the usual brochures. I dun think it should hv e dark patch on top
    Dreaming... 14mm f2.8, 16-35 f2.8 mkII, 85 f1.2 mkII

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    Quote Originally Posted by starry
    starts off with jo.... he told me heart pain lol.. cos he seldom use this gd cam and have to sell off to change system.. a canon 20D
    wah lao...wasted man... haha..

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    Quote Originally Posted by alechim
    yeah yeah of course interested lah!!!
    we shoot almost everything!
    some background info:
    Singapore Polytechnic first started the Singapore River Raft Race (SRRR) in 1989 in response to the government's call to organise activities along the Singapore River after the successful clean-up exercise. The objectives of SRRR are to encourage our youths to be adventurous and creative, and to raise their environmental-consciousness in the use of recycled materials, and to raise funds for charity.
    Probably the first of its kind to be organised in this region, the SRRR is a colourful and fun event where anything goes. Anything that can be recycled that is - plastic bottles, cans, bamboo, coconuts, bicycles, tyres, brooms, rickety furniture can be used to build rafts. Participants, mostly youths from tertiary institutions, schools, private organisations and international schools paddle their quirky rafts along the 100-metre course on the Singapore River at Clarke Quay. They compete for two titles: the Fastest Raft and the Most Innovative Raft. This event is just not for the young but also the young at heart as well as tourists.

    Singapore Polytechnic's 17th SRRR will be held at Clarke Quay on Saturday and Sunday, 29 - 30 January 2005. There will also be various fringe activities to add to the vibrancy and excitement of the event. These include Rock Climbing, Jet Ski Demo, Walking on Water, Inter-Marina Raft Race, Cardboard Raft Race, Bodybuilding Contest and Raft Art Contest.

    The funds raised for SRRR 2005 through our staff and students will go to:

    The Salvation Army Haven Children's Home
    Chao Yong School
    Clementi Student Service Centre
    Singapore Polytechnic's Overseas Community Service Programme


    sorry for the long post...

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