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Thread: Shots taken at Botanic Garden

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    Hi guys!

    I am indeed lucky enough to spot yet another squirrel this time round. It is really a challenge to take pix of wild moving rascal :s27: . NPNT? Here come the pix!
    Pls do give me constructive feedbacks/comments.

    Thanks w/regards.
    sunkist


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    Well done Sunkist!

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    Well taken, esp #3.
    What's your macro setup ?
    Have tried take squirrel before, they are really very hard to take esp if the lighting is poor always burr shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimDavis
    Well done Sunkist!
    Thanks George and Howdy for ur kind comments. Is there anything i can do to take better squirrel photos? Somehow it not near to what i expected loh. Wish to do better.

    Oh ya, do george know which one is me when i collected my panyee that day? Cos i didnt intro myself :P

    Below is some of picture (also squirrel) which i took at Sugei Buloh the other day.

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    Last edited by sunkist; 6th February 2005 at 10:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tchuanye
    Like #3! Nice composition and nice colours!
    I learn alot from u! TCY. If i have any doubts anymore. Pls do help me hor.. Intend to get a similar setup like urs.. the 6T + dun know wat stuff loh. Will PM u infuture

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunkist
    Thanks George and Howdy for ur kind comments. Is there anything i can do to take better squirrel photos? Somehow it not near to what i expected loh. Wish to do better.

    Oh ya, do george know which one is me when i collected my panyee that day? Cos i didnt intro myself :P

    Yo Sunkist,

    It is more important for me to make sure all of you collected what you have been waiting for. I have poor memory about people, will take a shot of yours next time, and I am certain that I will be able to recognize you.

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    hello,

    #3 is very well taken, like it very much... very sharp and colourful
    but think #1 and #2 are a bit blur
    Last edited by ivan; 7th February 2005 at 04:38 PM.

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    Woo! pic #3 is excellent!
    The colors are rich and the hopper is really nice and sharp.

    As for squirrel pics, good effort, but a closer and clearer shot would have been perfect, but I am guessing that is an almost impossible task due to the speed of the little demons.

    Oh yea, and for pic #4, the shot would look more balanced if the swans were more middle. The top of the pic looks far too empty and distracting. Can crop maybe?
    Last edited by rhair78; 7th February 2005 at 05:21 PM.
    RH

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    Good job sunkist! i like the #3 too. squirrel are difficult to shoot. tried before.....yours consider good liao.

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    #3 is all time favourite huh? anyway no one comment abt my thread on Botanic Garden part 2?

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