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    Which one to compare... With and without CP... i still haben go MS and ask about the Tokina CP... seem cheaper...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hong Jia
    Which one to compare... With and without CP... i still haben go MS and ask about the Tokina CP... seem cheaper...
    You can compare tkp77's photos where there are sky with mine.

    You will realize that the sky in his photos are mostly bright white or grey, whereas mine will have blue with distintive clouds.

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    U mean this and this.... i reallie can't tell the difference except for this... but one is taken closer and the other further...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hong Jia
    U mean this and this.... i reallie can't tell the difference except for this... but one is taken closer and the other further...

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    Cannot see the photo that you are trying to compare for tkp77...

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    oh cannot see aR...

    Wait huh... this link http://images.tkp77.multiply.com/ima...600x600/83.jpg

    Cheers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AReality
    The clouds during sunset was excellent. U could've used it better.

    Almost all of these shots r just snapshots, u should've taken your time to plan the composition properly. Example, for photo P_25, the cross and the mast is quite noticeable, but yet it's at the side, with the mast cut off. I'd say look thru the viewfinder carefully, every little detail counts.

    But the good thing is the memorial won't be gone soon. I'll still be there foe quite some time, do go back & practice, as the more u shoot, the better U'll be...

    Hi thanks for your comments... I realize my mistake... actually I really never think about all the details when shooting... hmm I have to learn to take my time to compose properly before I shoot. I will practice more...

    Cheers...

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    I still not very sure how to use the CP?? try to shoot today using the CP, I don't really see the difference on the viewfinder when I turn the filter...

    JimDavis, any tips on how to use the CP correctly??

    Today, Lousy shooting trip, should have gone to sentosa with Josho...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkp77
    I still not very sure how to use the CP?? try to shoot today using the CP, I don't really see the difference on the viewfinder when I turn the filter...

    JimDavis, any tips on how to use the CP correctly??

    Today, Lousy shooting trip, should have gone to sentosa with Josho...
    Hahaha hehehe Wats CP?

    I shot alot of pic at Siloso. Hm.. not bad though. hehe

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    CP = Circular Polariser...

    CP can oso be Cathay Photo... i doubt they can use Cathay Photo effectively....

    Josho... where is ur sentosa photo... haaa...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkp77
    I still not very sure how to use the CP?? try to shoot today using the CP, I don't really see the difference on the viewfinder when I turn the filter...

    JimDavis, any tips on how to use the CP correctly??

    Today, Lousy shooting trip, should have gone to sentosa with Josho...
    tkp77: Before you take your shot, make sure you rotate the front of the CP filter slowly, you will see the color change to be richer, particularly if there is a blue sky...that's how you use CP.

    Remember: You will need to turn slowly, slowly, slowly...and find a spot to check and observe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkp77
    Hi thanks for your comments... I realize my mistake... actually I really never think about all the details when shooting... hmm I have to learn to take my time to compose properly before I shoot. I will practice more...

    Cheers...
    I think I shared the same thought as what AReality stated here.

    Hope you remember to "think-and-shoot", instead of "cheong" all the way, like that, you will not need to carry 5 battery packs, it is rather a hassle to do so, better composite before you shoot, unless you are trying to take some fast moving objects, such as flying birds, planes, rabbits, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hong Jia
    CP = Circular Polariser...

    CP can oso be Cathay Photo... i doubt they can use Cathay Photo effectively....

    Josho... where is ur sentosa photo... haaa...
    Haben even load to my PC> I sitll struggling with my Webby. Finger cross by today or tmr, all pictures will be up

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimDavis
    I think I shared the same thought as what AReality stated here.

    Hope you remember to "think-and-shoot", instead of "cheong" all the way, like that, you will not need to carry 5 battery packs, it is rather a hassle to do so, better composite before you shoot, unless you are trying to take some fast moving objects, such as flying birds, planes, rabbits, etc.
    Yeah. Agree.. Composition is very very imptnt.

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    Thanks guys for sharing your thoughts for my bad composition habit...
    I will try to change...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkp77
    Thanks guys for sharing your thoughts for my bad composition habit...
    I will try to change...
    Take it easy mate! you will need to study how others compose their photos so that you will learn more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkp77
    Thanks guys for sharing your thoughts for my bad composition habit...
    I will try to change...
    U can learn something from George gf. The ideas

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