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    Quote Originally Posted by Howdy
    DC, very impress with your shoots. Care to share your M mode settings?
    thanks in advance
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    Yeah....will be posting up soon.....but only a few quite nice...
    Didnt expect the fireworks to come to close and high! Tripod cant turn high enough.
    But Don, your shots really nice. Lol

    As for focusing, i used 9 point focusing in the end.
    Manual settings stayed at F8.0/5sec. No time to change settings cos halfthe time trying to reposition my tripod......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josephteo548
    Yeah....will be posting up soon.....but only a few quite nice...
    Didnt expect the fireworks to come to close and high! Tripod cant turn high enough.
    But Don, your shots really nice. Lol

    As for focusing, i used 9 point focusing in the end.
    Manual settings stayed at F8.0/5sec. No time to change settings cos halfthe time trying to reposition my tripod......
    Seriously, I don't know how to use the 9 point..
    Never read up beforehand, so just use the One Shot AF.
    I also kalan kaboh liao and just lower from 8sec to 4sec when i got time..

    BTW, you bought a new tripod? Saw you carrying a black tripod bag.

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    Don: Haha. No la....i was helping Dominator carry his tripod. Should have bought a tripod......

    Unseen photos also good!
    JD ones must give extra credit manz....he use hand support and still can take so nice...imagine if he did use the tripod...

    Loading my pics into multiply now.....can go have a look....
    But not very good, especially the angle. Comments welcome.
    Can post my pics here also, cos i seem to have problem posting pics in this forum....

    http://josephteo548.multiply.com/photos
    Last edited by Josephteo548; 2nd May 2005 at 03:02 AM.

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    well, i think my equipment come good enough and well prepared..

    but i guess it all goes down to personal skills...

    from the way i go, haiz... i might as well stop my photography road here..

    BUT... lifes got a way... i will still carry on.. cos Lumix ROCKs...

    hehe.. rubbish.. still a bit stone.. will upload pic in a while..
    Stress Man @ work... :bigeyes:

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3nn3th03

    well, i think my equipment come good enough and well prepared..

    but i guess it all goes down to personal skills...

    from the way i go, haiz... i might as well stop my photography road here..

    BUT... lifes got a way... i will still carry on.. cos Lumix ROCKs...

    hehe.. rubbish.. still a bit stone.. will upload pic in a while..
    Practise more, dude. Dun get upset over it. The more u feel that ur photos is bad, the more u should strive it.

    I myself also didnt get all the good photos earlier on. All either cut at the top or the bottom, or over exposed.

    Its ok man.. NDP is another training session for all of us man. no worries. NDP at least 1-2 time for fireworks. Preview session and actual day. Can practise also

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    Quote Originally Posted by josho
    Practise more, dude. Dun get upset over it. The more u feel that ur photos is bad, the more u should strive it.

    I myself also didnt get all the good photos earlier on. All either cut at the top or the bottom, or over exposed.

    Its ok man.. NDP is another training session for all of us man. no worries. NDP at least 1-2 time for fireworks. Preview session and actual day. Can practise also
    thanks josh...

    i should have go out wit u guys more often and learn, but i commit too much time on work..

    anyway, was at last year NDP.. but was using sony..

    this year i guess there more to take...

    held at padang, there sure to have lots of displays
    ie. tanks, engineer bridge ( VLB, etc ) etc...

    Stress Man @ work... :bigeyes:

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    nice series.. check mine out at www.bumorticc.deviantart.com sorry if it sucks..

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    All photos taken with Nikon D2H, Sigma 12-24, MC-30 in Bulb mode + Black Card...

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    i find firework very hard to shoot as different fireworks have different setting, some underexposed, some overexposed, i have to keep on adjusting my shutter speed as i shoot. most of them are not the exposed i wanted

    i usu. use f10, 2sec, focus to infinity.

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    Thank You very much to PLUG memeber Joseph for organising this big shoot.

    Got to finally see and shoot fireworks at same time cos I have a remote.. hahahahaha... here is my contribution for the event.

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...04#post1253004

    As usual, for the rest of the shots, all posted at my multiply site.
    http://rhair78.multiply.com/photos/album/38
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josephteo548
    Don: Haha. No la....i was helping Dominator carry his tripod. Should have bought a tripod......
    I see. Go invest in a good tripod faster...

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    Quote Originally Posted by josho
    Practise more, dude. Dun get upset over it. The more u feel that ur photos is bad, the more u should strive it.

    I myself also didnt get all the good photos earlier on. All either cut at the top or the bottom, or over exposed.

    Its ok man.. NDP is another training session for all of us man. no worries. NDP at least 1-2 time for fireworks. Preview session and actual day. Can practise also
    Yah NDP 05, around 3 months to go and 2 times....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhair78
    Thank You very much to PLUG memeber Joseph for organising this big shoot.

    Got to finally see and shoot fireworks at same time cos I have a remote.. hahahahaha... here is my contribution for the event.

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...04#post1253004

    As usual, for the rest of the shots, all posted at my multiply site.
    http://rhair78.multiply.com/photos/album/38
    Thanks to Joseph too.
    My cam no remote so some firework I only see but no shoot.
    Some I just see & shoot blindly...

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    Quote Originally Posted by donchua
    Thanks to Joseph too.
    My cam no remote so some firework I only see but no shoot.
    Some I just see & shoot blindly...
    I have remote shutter. Can see and shoot at same time. But then I aimed wrongly! Only the bottom.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by donchua
    Thanks to Joseph too.
    My cam no remote so some firework I only see but no shoot.
    Some I just see & shoot blindly...
    Brought my babe along to watch the firework but ended she slept almost thru
    the whole thing..
    Just woke up and caught a few shot & felt asleep again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhair78
    Thank You very much to PLUG memeber Joseph for organising this big shoot.

    Got to finally see and shoot fireworks at same time cos I have a remote.. hahahahaha... here is my contribution for the event.

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...04#post1253004

    As usual, for the rest of the shots, all posted at my multiply site.
    http://rhair78.multiply.com/photos/album/38
    Wow, beautiful fireworks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimDavis
    That is a shot of Incastasman kow-tow-ing to JD for his handheld yet sharp and soild firework shots????
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhair78
    That is a shot of Incastasman kow-tow-ing to JD for his handheld yet sharp and soild firework shots????
    Hahahaha...no lar...this was way before the fireworks...he was waving to me...dunno why needs two hands to wave though.

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