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    my newbie shoot , just really started photography for abt a month . Unfortunatly i am one of those newbie who have a passion in photography but is not bless with rich family ....a few thousand dollar equipment to some seems nothing but to a NSF like me is alot , just recently got my hand onto a dynax 500si from one of the friendly and helpful bro here , she is one of my best mate now as everyday i would blow it and touch touch it abit .

    below one some shot taken recently , i quite like the result but i am not sure what u guys think , so if u think its ugly pls shoot what u dislike . If u think its nice pls comment on my effort only this way a newbie like me can move on to a new level !

    (that not "buey song" looking guy is my friend happen that we went out together and happen that my finger is itchy )

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    this taken with my poorman digital cam


    Last edited by S11loop; 12th March 2005 at 12:49 AM.

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    Good contrast in no.3
    Camera shake in no.5 (you may want to push up the ISO when taking indoor shots)

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    colours and exposure wise i tink u are there ... were u shooting in modes?

    to learn try shooting in manual once in a while.... and portraits wise, try not to centralise the shots too much...

    shoot more man...

    cheers..

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    you have the right stuff for a newbie, i thinku could improve over time, dont worry

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    where did you take no.1?
    no.5 looks somewhat shaky

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witness
    colours and exposure wise i tink u are there ... were u shooting in modes?

    to learn try shooting in manual once in a while.... and portraits wise, try not to centralise the shots too much...

    shoot more man...

    cheers..
    nope , all shoot in manual mode . i also realise i always central my object ! thanks for the comment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klose
    where did you take no.1?
    no.5 looks somewhat shaky
    haha taken with digi cam under lowest resolution ( i should use highest but dont know why that time just simply take it with lowest...) shaky i think due to low lighting and slow shutter speed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caras
    Good contrast in no.3
    Camera shake in no.5 (you may want to push up the ISO when taking indoor shots)
    thanks for the comment , using ISO 100 for No.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by scifreaker
    you have the right stuff for a newbie, i thinku could improve over time, dont worry
    alright ! will keep on polish my skill

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    so its digital....hmmm

    u using dslr or prosumer... for a moment i tot u were taking film hehe....

    cheers..

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    the first 4 are taken with my SLR dynax 500si , the 5th one is with my panasonic digi compact

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    Ah.IC..hehe.Keep it up.You have a good potential.
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    Hello,

    I like your No. 2 shot -- the one as though you are about to fall. Nice catch there. How did you manage to snap that shot? Is it you in the picture?

    When I take pictures, I like to be a generalist, that is, I like to take pictures that tell a lot of things and see a lot of things. I love to take scenery pictures. I have no chance to take some with my newly bought Nikon D70 yet (and yes, I have to save up like mad to buy) but if I do, I'll post some of them here in this forum.

    I love to take portraits and close ups too. I will always use a tight cropping to really focus on the subject I am taking.
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    Hi, can anyone help me on how to put photos on a Thread for people to view? Do PM me please.. thanks a lot

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    Hello Kenny,

    It's here. When you first enter this sub-furm, look at the top page on the sticky post.

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=94574
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    Quote Originally Posted by S11loop
    the first 4 are taken with my SLR dynax 500si , the 5th one is with my panasonic digi compact
    Good exposure in #2. You went manual right? Did you go over or under the camera recommended value?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben1223
    Good exposure in #2. You went manual right? Did you go over or under the camera recommended value?
    hi ben , i go under abit cant remember the exact value i use ... i wanted it to be a little bit underexpose so as the back ground light would stand up abit wonder if i am wrong doing this but love the effect and mood as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennyleong
    Hi, can anyone help me on how to put photos on a Thread for people to view? Do PM me please.. thanks a lot
    hi kenny its either u host yr photo here or host it somewhere else then use the image tag [img][/img] and post yr pic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeckson Chow
    Hello,

    I like your No. 2 shot -- the one as though you are about to fall. Nice catch there. How did you manage to snap that shot? Is it you in the picture?

    When I take pictures, I like to be a generalist, that is, I like to take pictures that tell a lot of things and see a lot of things. I love to take scenery pictures. I have no chance to take some with my newly bought Nikon D70 yet (and yes, I have to save up like mad to buy) but if I do, I'll post some of them here in this forum.

    I love to take portraits and close ups too. I will always use a tight cropping to really focus on the subject I am taking.
    hi zeckson thats not me , or else how i take the pic my cam dont support remote shutter release thats my friend haha . i love to take portraits too coz wont be that lonely got people to talk to. u are lucky that u own a D70 its expensive to me would really love to own one if theres chance , the reason i go into flim SLR first is because to me i realise that using digi slr involve in more time doing post processing thats why i go into flim but plan in the future switch digital as find it alot more cost effective to me . keep on shooting!

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