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    Quote Originally Posted by Neuva
    As this is my first time taking snapshot at sunset. Any recommendation on ISO films? Is fUji ISO 400 just nice? I thought of using B&W film, but I afraid it won't turn out good for evening scenes.
    Can I get ISO 400 and above films from CP?
    ISO 200 will do, bring a tripod.
    If you have steady hands then don't need tripod.

    Sunset is about colour, so B/W is a bad idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racoon
    Wat do u mean by , huh??
    Orr ...... someone cham liao haha

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    So now you know why he is

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    sorry guys i can't join you guys... haiz wasted...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    nope quite far away, according to ura it is 1.2km to Changi Sailing club, which is at the start of the broadwalk.

    We should park at the Changi beach club, which is near the sunset walk and kelong walk.

    see map here

    http://www.ura.gov.sg/pr/graphics/pr03-51.gif

    is this where you mean poohbear?

    BTW thanks to guni_hoon for info and link.
    dn mention it
    tink the 1.2km refer to distant bet start pt (sailing club) to end pt (beach club) based on the map, not meridien to sailing club. unless ur source is a different one.

    had a company event there once at beach club. tink the club gt jaga, can park? but i may be wrong cos it was more 1 yr ago liao.

    for weekends, u can park at sailing club after 6pm, $1 per person according to tis link. redeemable if u spent $10 there.
    http://www.ura.gov.sg/pr/text/pr03-51a1.html

    may drop by after the tibet exhibition at jurong library. newbie like me can join???
    Last edited by Guni_hoon; 3rd March 2005 at 11:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayz
    sorry guys i can't join you guys... haiz wasted...
    it's ok, join our next shoot out lor

    Quote Originally Posted by Guni Hoon
    dn mention it may drop by after the tibet exhibition at jurong library. newbie like me can join???
    of course! i newbie also

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    I am a newbie as well!

    As mentioned b4, no camera also can join.
    The more the merrier!

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    i just noticed ... THIS THREAD HAS OVER 1000 VIEW COUNT ALREADY! ortega you are such a crowd puller

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    maybe it is the title, is it suggestive in any way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    maybe it is the title, is it suggestive in any way?
    people may mistook it for a gallery thread? nah, think it's the thread starter's name ... err ... btw, title hor ... spelling error leh, it's 'Boardwalk', not 'Broadwalk', heehee ... it's ok, we murder Englandish everyday

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    Ooops, my mistake solli

    Maybe my tok cok veli entertaining hor?

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    Venue: Changi Broadwalk
    Subject: Various
    Date: 5th March 2005
    Time: 5pm
    Meeting Place: At the kelong? (Suggestions welcomed)
    Cost: FOC
    Food and drinks: BYO

    see map here

    http://www.ura.gov.sg/pr/graphics/pr03-51.gif


    1. ortega
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    3. frostyintrepid (eikin, we met at CP! )
    4. ockly
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    6. knoxknocks (will try to drop by with family)
    7. HotSpots
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    9. awongkk
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    12. Sjourn & May & Ryan
    13. Neuva + Sis
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    ok guys, did a recce today. Dunno about bus, but for those driving, go into Changi Village, past the bus terminal, past Changi Village Hotel, drive all the way in along Netheravon Rd until you come to a cross junction. Turn right into Cranwell Rd, drive until you're outside CBC Sports Complex on your right. Can park along the roadside and walk into the Boardwalk.

    If coming along Loyang Ave, just turn into right into Cranwell Rd and drive all the way in until you see CBC Sports Complex.

    Weather was lousy today. Only got to see the sun at the last 10 minutes before it disappeared. Otherwise it was a cloudily horrible day.




    ok...horizon slanted. Try again on Sat

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    #2 nice (but yah... horizon line ah, hehe) ... but if go closer and let the fishing rod dominate the left 1/3 maybe even nicer ... plus WA lens to distort the rod even much nicer

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    too much empty sky, but nice colours as usual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eikin
    #2 nice (but yah... horizon line ah, hehe) ... but if go closer and let the fishing rod dominate the left 1/3 maybe even nicer ... plus WA lens to distort the rod even much nicer
    like this?



    ok, lucky can re-try this Sat. Remember to bring a telephoto as well cos the background is quite messy and need a longer lens to isolate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    too much empty sky, but nice colours as usual.
    point noted

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    so must do eikin's sun dance on friday midnight
    to avoid a bad sky.

    Esp. Splutter

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    just dance until not too cloudy can liao

    btw, 6pm is a better time. Even at that time, nothing much to shoot cos the sun's at the wrong place. Sunset start about 7pm. Sun disappear about 7:30pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by knoxknocks
    like this?

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    ok, lucky can re-try this Sat. Remember to bring a telephoto as well cos the background is quite messy and need a longer lens to isolate.
    wah, nice ... btw like what ortega always say, go for interesting foreground if sky is boring

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