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    Have a good break Kit and seeya next year

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    Participants
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    2) loneWolff
    3) nitewalk
    4) SkyStrike
    5) NikonSG
    6) SpiderSG
    7) Bala
    8) determinedtolearn
    9) thaur
    10) Eddie77
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    Dear Kit,

    Thanks for your effort.
    I like to join but looks like to be on reserve now.

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    3) nitewalk
    4) SkyStrike
    5) NikonSG
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    7) Bala
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    10) Eddie77
    11) krishnak
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kit View Post
    Folks, we will be joined by some friends of mine whom are pretty experienced cityscape photographers in their own right. I've increased the size of the group to 12 but I'm afraid that's the best I can do without sacrificing interaction time. Hope you guys can understand. Will be away for the next few days for a long-awaited break. Will provide more updates when I'm back after X'mas. Cheers!

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    5) NikonSG
    6) SpiderSG
    7) Bala
    8) determinedtolearn
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    10) Eddie77
    11) krishnak
    12) flyfox


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    I like to join in too, thanks
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    [QUOTE=tengk;8273885]I like to join in too, thanks
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    Oops, can i be on the reserve list then. Thank you.
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    Can i still join the outing? i really like to learn from you guys..

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    2) loneWolff
    3) nitewalk
    4) SkyStrike
    5) NikonSG
    6) SpiderSG
    7) Bala
    8) determinedtolearn
    9) thaur
    10) Eddie77
    11) krishnak
    12) flyfox

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    2) Ernest
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    Hi folks! Am back. As with previous sessions, I'm sharing a list of things to bring along for #11. Some are necessities, some are nice to have.


    The necessities...

    1) Camera. This can be a compact, rangefinder, SLR, DSLR, medium format, large format, etc. Preferably with a Bulb mode for longer exposures.

    2) Lenses, if you are using rangefinder, SLR, DSLR, medium format, large format, etc. A relatively wide angle lens i.e. 18mm to 24mm(in 35mm terms) is recommended. However, you are free to bring any lenses you deem fit.

    3) Tripod. You will be taking photos in low light condition so expect long exposures. A sturdy support is important.

    4) Filly charged battery(ies). Long exposures will drain battery power.


    The nice-to-haves...

    1) Spirit leveller. Preferably a dual axis one. The hotshoe mounted ones are nice for levelling your horizons and verticals. Or you can use your camera's built-in electronic leveller if it comes with it.

    2) Wired or wireless remote release. Alternatively, you can use the camera's built-in timer.

    3) Torchlight. You will be setting up in a relatively dark environment so that could come in handy.

    4) Filters. Polarisers, NDs, etc you may have.

    5) Nodal rail. If you have one and plan on doing panoramas.

    6) Drinks and munchies. If you are like me, who can't function without eating every 2 hours, consider bringing some snacks and drinks. Potato chips and coke work for me. We usually end the session around 8 to 8:30am and will then go for breakfast.

    This is an informal session and I hope everyone will enjoy the company and if you do pick up a trick or 2 in the process, treat it as a bonus See ya!

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    Folks! Please check this thread early tomorrow morning for the latest update. Weather permitting, I should be confirming the session around 5am. Meanwhile if you have any questions, feel free to ask.

    Have a blessed year ahead!!

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    I can't wait!

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    Quote Originally Posted by determinedtolearn View Post
    I can't wait!
    Praying hard for good weather and sky tomorrow morning as it looks like the rain is going to mess up the last sunset of 2012.

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    Yup, me too, so that I got another chance to learn from you again.

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    Yes, weather could be an issue judging from today. Will update you guys around 5am tomorrow.

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    Can I know how u all go there ? If by car, where to park ?

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    I'm going by cab, if anyone stays near tiong bahru, drop me a pm if you'd like to cab pool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie77 View Post
    Can I know how u all go there ? If by car, where to park ?
    I should be taking bus...
    Guess you can park at the car parks around Esplanade... Esplandade itself looks like more expensive, $2/hr, nearby Suntec or Marina Square around $1.10/hr

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    Quote Originally Posted by thoongeng View Post
    I should be taking bus...
    Guess you can park at the car parks around Esplanade... Esplandade itself looks like more expensive, $2/hr, nearby Suntec or Marina Square around $1.10/hr
    So early got bus reach there? o.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitewalk View Post
    So early got bus reach there? o.0
    yup have but i'll be slightly late around 6.15am

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    I am car-less tomorrow morning as well. Will be taking cab. I think some guys used to park along Padang and take a walk over.

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    Should be by cab as well...
    Too many great equipments but too little quality photos. [My Flickr] | [My Blog]

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