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    Was on family outing today at ubin and manage to take these pics. Apprecaite any comments please. Thanks!

    Stick Insect Macro

    Butterfly Macro

    Hornbill Photo

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    No comments from fellow lumixers? Any critiques are appreciated....thats how one can improve....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tchuanye
    No comments from fellow lumixers? Any critiques are appreciated....thats how one can improve....
    Hehehehe... nothing to comment about for the macro shots.
    As usual, you are a factory of high quality macro shots.

    As for the hornbill.. it looked like you just rushed to snap.
    Very snapshot feeling and the there is no color contrasts, rather blown as the background is overpowering in terms of lighting as well as complexity.

    Perhaps a flash would have brought out the subject and allow you a better exposure. Too much background, if that is 12x zoom... then time for Tcon kekekekekekekek... just kidding lar...

    Great catches in Ubin!
    RH

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    Wow How to comment? They are too good for me to say a word but just to catch my breath Must learn more from you and the amazing things you can do with a FZ20. ICHIBAN man. But notice the Hornbill does lacks some interest, slightly over I think.
    Just my 0.0000000000002 cents.

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    Cannot comment....only .
    wait till im better with my skills then i will dare to make critiques!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dominator
    Cannot comment....only .
    wait till im better with my skills then i will dare to make critiques!
    actually, not really have to be good in photography to give good constructive comments. By giving your views, everyone can think in another perspective and from there derive a new approach when taking pics

    Do share kekeke
    RH

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhair78
    actually, not really have to be good in photography to give good constructive comments. By giving your views, everyone can think in another perspective and from there derive a new approach when taking pics

    Do share kekeke
    Agree Agree. I always like to hear what pp think of the pic so I can think of other ways to compose it.

    Thanks for your comments on the hornbill. Appreciate that.
    The bird was abt 30m away, and the backlighting made it hard to take. It was at x12.....and uhm.....cannot afford a tele.....too far for flash to work too.
    But the bird was quite blend in the sense that the beak was not so colourful. Anyway, not really into bird photography....I think there are other lumixers that are excellent in that field.....

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