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    Default Sunrise Photography

    Date: 14th June 2014
    Theme: Sunrise Photography
    Venue: Punggol End
    Time: 6am - 7.30am (Members may continue, if you want)
    Duration: 1hr 30mins
    Photographers: 12 Pax
    Meeting place and time: 600 am outside Park Entrance (Refer to Map Link: http://www.streetdirectory.com/sg/pu...9/25256_1.html)

    Things to bring:
    1) Camera
    2) Drinking Water (Optional)
    3) Wide Angle Lens
    4) Tripod
    5) ND Filters (if any)
    6) Remotes (Long Exposure)
    7) Any other equipment for your photo-shoot

    Open to all users of camera. Kindly SMS your number to 96280886 to register!!

    Confirm Namelist:
    1)Chetan
    2)Alex Chang
    3)Nikhil
    Last edited by Canonphotography; 11th June 2014 at 03:38 PM.

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    Member Edwinkoh's Avatar
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    Default Re: Sunrise Photography

    Hi, I plan to shoot sunrise tomorrow at marina barrage. 5/7/14 but I check the weather and it said cloudy. Is it ok to shoot? Please advise. Thanks
    Last edited by Edwinkoh; 4th July 2014 at 09:34 PM.

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    Default Re: Sunrise Photography

    There's an element of luck involved with landscape photography and weather forecasting. Dealing with the weather is part and parcel of shooting landscapes. Inclement weather may force you out of your comfort zone and get your creative juices working.

    If you want to shoot, just do it There are many times when it was supposed to be cloudy and the sunrise/sunset was glorious, just as there are many times when it was supposed to be sunny and/or clear weather, and the sunrise/sunset was absolute crap.

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    Default Re: Sunrise Photography

    Thank you for the advise. Will go shoot tomorrow.

    Quote Originally Posted by richiemccaw1 View Post
    There's an element of luck involved with landscape photography and weather forecasting. Dealing with the weather is part and parcel of shooting landscapes. Inclement weather may force you out of your comfort zone and get your creative juices working.

    If you want to shoot, just do it There are many times when it was supposed to be cloudy and the sunrise/sunset was glorious, just as there are many times when it was supposed to be sunny and/or clear weather, and the sunrise/sunset was absolute crap.

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