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    Default SCDF, I salute with FZ20!!!

    On 19 March, 2005 a group of ClubSnap photogs lead by snowspeeder visited Singapore Civil Defence Force Quarter cum Heritage Museum at Hill Street, Singapore.

    Most of the photogs were using pro dslr, I am the only one with the FZ20.
    Quite happy with the shots though!

    Here are some it: SCDF, I salute!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeWorld
    On 19 March, 2005 a group of ClubSnap photogs lead by snowspeeder visited Singapore Civil Defence Force Quarter cum Heritage Museum at Hill Street, Singapore.

    Most of the photogs were using pro dslr, I am the only one with the FZ20.
    Quite happy with the shots though!

    Here are some it: SCDF, I salute!!!
    Hey LifeWorld, those are very nice sharp pictures. Way to go. 2 's up for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeWorld
    Most of the photogs were using pro dslr, I am the only one with the FZ20.
    Quite happy with the shots though!

    Here are some it: SCDF, I salute!!!
    Don't worry...it's not the equipment....it's whose behind the camera that matters most.

    Like your shot....

    For some of your shots where there are lots of refections, especially on metal surfaces, you may get better result with polarizer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tankm
    Don't worry...it's not the equipment....it's whose behind the camera that matters most.

    Like your shot....

    For some of your shots where there are lots of refections, especially on metal surfaces, you may get better result with polarizer.
    Thanks for the tip.

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    I think these 3 shots are the extra-ordinary works from LifeWorld:



    That's your future!


    We're ready to go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimDavis
    I think these 3 shots are the extra-ordinary works from LifeWorld:
    Thanks you George.

    First pic took me a while moving from left to right to get a better composition. Until I felt time almost up so just snap it.

    'That's your Future' was done at 12X zoom. Otherwise can't get that close-up.

    'We're ready to Go', I stood there positioned camera and waited a while for her to look my way. Sure she did and snap it immediately.

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    Hi LifeWorld,

    Like your "We're ready to go!" very much, the composition is good and the little gal is so sweet

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    Default Nice and sharp

    those pics are really sharp, impressed.

    I've posted one of them here

    More can be found at my gallery at SCDF

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivan
    Hi LifeWorld,

    Like your "We're ready to go!" very much, the composition is good and the little gal is so sweet
    Glad that both you and JD like it. So it's worthwhile waiting........

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    Great pics with sharpness and dynamic colours
    Can tell me wat mode u used when shooting and did you use the manual focus?? Oh any filters? Ermm like ask abit too many... Pls pardon me and tks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by flowerpot99
    Can tell me wat mode u used when shooting and did you use the manual focus?? Oh any filters? Ermm like ask abit too many... Pls pardon me and tks in advance
    Colour straight from the camera. No post processing done.
    Only UV filter used. Haven't buy 62mm CP filter yet.
    Mostly P and A mode. AF for 'life' shots and both AF/MF for 'still' shots like the plate, hose, pump, door, etc...

    Check out exif data on pic.
    Last edited by LifeWorld; 21st March 2005 at 11:45 AM.

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    Hey... nice photos everyone....

    So envy you all can go on a Sat morning....
    I am still in office working... haiz... I want 5 days work week....!!!!!

    Cheers.

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