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    i went the next day ...
    the "tai chi" swordplay dun have liao...
    cos got ppl compliant ... dun know why ...

    btw , are any of these photos PS ?

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    all are psed, haha... otherwise can't put up at all.
    i thought that can be checked from the exif info?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GriGri

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    This one is excellent
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    How did you manage to get that background har? Very nice.
    Speaking of ART is USELESS if one cannot FEEL anything.
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    cool pics..but missing the SUN-BIRDS only..hee hee

    u almost shot everything there...keep up the good work...

    Me still waiting for my SUN-BIRDS there..caught no good pics so far..haiz..
    Take both its legs down first, then cuts its tail, next is shoot between its eyes:devil:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeckson Chow
    How did you manage to get that background har? Very nice.
    haha i feel so paiseh to mention that i didn't really take background into consideration. most of the time i care too much on the object itself. i guess it's just the natural background. there are many other photos i took for this flower, some with honey bee, but i still prefer this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GENO
    cool pics..but missing the SUN-BIRDS only..hee hee

    u almost shot everything there...keep up the good work...

    Me still waiting for my SUN-BIRDS there..caught no good pics so far..haiz..
    orh yah heard of that, but had never actually seen one. i got no tripod, dunno where to wait also.

    btw how you guys feel about the Gitzo 1126 tripod?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GriGri
    orh yah heard of that, but had never actually seen one. i got no tripod, dunno where to wait also.

    btw how you guys feel about the Gitzo 1126 tripod?
    The Sun-birds only show up around 7 to 9 am there...

    for tripods, its best to try it out yrself..feel the weight you are about to carry first then buy...no point buying something $700 for a good one but u only use it less then 10 times a year? right?
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    GriGri: Very good pixes!! Puts me to shame

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    Quote Originally Posted by GENO
    The Sun-birds only show up around 7 to 9 am there...

    for tripods, its best to try it out yrself..feel the weight you are about to carry first then buy...no point buying something $700 for a good one but u only use it less then 10 times a year? right?
    true, that's why i'm still thinking. unsure about my future interest on photography as i got too many interests already. rock climbing, cycling, trekking...

    the G1126 looks rather small and might be easy to carry when trekking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyxx88
    GriGri: Very good pixes!! Puts me to shame
    nah it's just lucky that i can find some presentable ones among the wastes. we all have much more to learn.
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    some nice shots you have there...doesn't look newbie to me

    #5 is especially good Keep shooting and posting!

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    ya lor , doesn't look that much newbie . maybe u have good potential ? i dont know i am not a pro to judge but i feel that i like the photo to compose its nice!

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    heh thanks, i'd like to stay here longer and listen to pros' comments.
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    Very impressive! Sharp and very nice colors... You don't look like a newbie to me...

    I do have a sigma lens 70-300 Macro II too.. May I know which pictures are taken with the sigma lens? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GriGri
    This pic is great, the background totally blur off (just like using a gradient wallpaper) , and the sharpness of the flower.. very nice.

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    Is it just my display or do some of the pictures display a cool (bluish) cast to them?

    Might want to use a Skylight 1B filter in those conditions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firefox
    Is it just my display or do some of the pictures display a cool (bluish) cast to them?

    Might want to use a Skylight 1B filter in those conditions.
    never tought of that before, will adjusting the WB solve the problem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GriGri
    never tought of that before, will adjusting the WB solve the problem?
    Custom WB should work.. But you'll need a moderately large, flat, white object to set it. Something like A4 bright white paper should do.

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    Hmmm...i like the Flower no.5 and the people no.2....the an mor baby girl looks cute..the exposure also seems fine.....btw i'm new in clubsnap...hehehee

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