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    A Diffrence View of Penang Bridge








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    Digital? Slides? Settings? :P

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    Canon EOS 1V with 28-70L f/2.8, Provia ISO 100

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    damn, those are some mighty blue skies!

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    Originally posted by Que Lynn
    damn, those are some mighty blue skies!
    ahh.... hehehehe

    anyway, simon, you're NOT supposed to stop in the middle of the bridge !!
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    Originally posted by rueyloon


    ahh.... hehehehe

    anyway, simon, you're NOT supposed to stop in the middle of the bridge !!
    hahaha, we got permit to stop there for the shoot lah

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    ooohhh those blue skies

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    Originally posted by Que Lynn
    damn, those are some mighty blue skies!
    Provia has this kind of *notorious* blue. Some may not like it...

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    the blue in de pics looks nice....pic1 looks dramatic taken in an unusual angle.

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    Originally posted by tomshen

    Provia has this kind of *notorious* blue. Some may not like it...

    For that, I am switching to Kodak E100VS. If you've shot Provia in overcast or shaded conditions, you'll know what I mean. Too much blue cast.

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    looks like the sky ladder in CDO camp

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    Originally posted by ckiang

    For that, I am switching to Kodak E100VS. If you've shot Provia in overcast or shaded conditions, you'll know what I mean. Too much blue cast.
    Agree! In overcast conditions, there's a cold blue color cast which I don't quite like.

    I think the colors in the images posted are too saturated, especially the sky. My first impression was that they were photo-edited if I hadn't known u used Provia 100. May be more suitable for other applications. Juz my personal opinion..

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    Originally posted by ckiang



    For that, I am switching to Kodak E100VS. If you've shot Provia in overcast or shaded conditions, you'll know what I mean. Too much blue cast.

    great choice E100VS is great - i haven't touch Provia for a long long time..........

    come to think of it, the only Fuji film i still use regularly is Velvia and Press 800...........
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    oh my ..... pic 1 and 2 is so nice

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