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    Default my lousy newbie chinese garden shot

    this are some of the work i produce after 2 months into photography

    have shown some of this to my friend and some to my PG friends well some like it some say why this part that part abit dark but look at it overall is nice ?? well its the kind of presentation i want to give and FYI i have burn away abt 4-5 frames on shooting a few picture here in my overall collection of chinese garden as i am a flim shooter ... ( heartache so will be more and MORE careful in the future right now i think until my hair turns white liao people dont believe my age when i tell them !)

    haha enough of the talking c*ck below some pic appriciate or not just tell me how u feel as i am still learning to meet the standard






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    hope i have not throw the face of flim shooter

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    good to see film again

    more or less the shots are okie, next up is a theme.

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    I like 2nd pic . The composition is simple and the detail of the texture is very interesting.
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    why 3rd photo put upside down?

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    Batch one No 3 pic is nicely taken...upsidedown makes it seemingly more intresting...

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    I don't like it upside down....but I like your upright version in the landscape forum. Film really gives vibrant and detailed pictures, I might want to try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kavana
    I don't like it upside down....but I like your upright version in the landscape forum. Film really gives vibrant and detailed pictures, I might want to try.
    lol , in the landscape forum also upside down haha thats another way i wanna try to present

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    Quote Originally Posted by jodie_tan
    Batch one No 3 pic is nicely taken...upsidedown makes it seemingly more intresting...
    thanks for the frank comment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joko1974
    I like 2nd pic . The composition is simple and the detail of the texture is very interesting.
    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SniperD
    good to see film again

    more or less the shots are okie, next up is a theme.
    haha , u also using flim ? what kind of theme u suggest ? havent thought of any yet ...

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    nice colours..what film and lens did u use?

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    using EF 28-105 f3.5 MK1 with EW-63II flim using fuji reala 100

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    try to give a title to each shot so that people will know your objective of the shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kavana
    I don't like it upside down....but I like your upright version in the landscape forum. Film really gives vibrant and detailed pictures, I might want to try.
    i agree with u. I prefer upright for this photo, cause there is wave in water that makes looks strange. the rest is not lousy.

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    hi pal,

    ur shots are not lousy at all, in fact they are nice

    just that personally prefer the #3 photo to be in upright position too
    but ofcos, as long as we enjoy the process, we can compose our photo in whatever way we like

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    What scanner u used to scan in the negs/prints? I can never get my scanned negs to look that sharp...sian...
    if my camera is there at the right moment, click, all I have to do is accept it.
    -edouard boubat

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    LOL not that sharp , my skill not gd enough ... the scanning is gd and is done by one of the member here call KEX his lab is at bedok north

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    i think the shots are pretty cool.... my fav's no.2.

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