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    Default National Dog Walk

    Event name : National Dog Walk
    Date : 7th August
    Time : 5 pm
    Venue : West Coast Park Carpark 2

    http://www.thepetportal.org/communit...ewtopic&t=2029

    Anyone interested to shoot this event?

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    Huh? Nobody interested in these cuties??


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    Hi, I will be keen...any more details?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damien
    Event name : National Dog Walk
    Date : 7th August
    Time : 5 pm
    Venue : West Coast Park Carpark 2

    http://www.thepetportal.org/communit...ewtopic&t=2029

    Anyone interested to shoot this event?
    I will be going and bringing my furkid there as well. Think I'll ended up with more of my kid's photo than any others haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by ray_stinger
    Hi, I will be keen...any more details?
    The petportal link should have sufficient details.

    Venue : West Coast Park Carpark 2
    Date : 7th August 2005 Sunday
    Time : 4.30 pm ( Free registration @ Carpark 2)
    5.00 pm ( Start of Walk)
    Collection of free goodie bags
    Singapore Birthday Cake Cutting( for dogs)
    7.00 pm ( end of event )


    Maybe I shall organise a small outing for those who are interested.
    For those who dun have own transport, we shall meet at Clementi MRT (near the station control) at 4pm. We shall take a cab to the destination. And for those who have their own transport, we shall meet near the start point of the walk at 430pm.

    Pls pm me with your nick, real name & contact once you are confirm coming for this shoot, thanks

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    Hmm...I assume we don't need to have a dog in order to participate?

    I'm very keen to go shoot at this event and hone my skills, but my ability to attend would depend on what duties I've got on this weekend. As far as I know, I only have a 24-hr duty at camp on Friday. Meeting at Clementi would be a good idea, since I hardly know how to get there myself, and haven't even been to Clementi MRT station itself! I stay very near Kovan station, which would be on the same line as Sengkang...might even be able to meet you along the way.

    Anyway, I'll keep you informed on whether I can attend this or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fWord
    Hmm...I assume we don't need to have a dog in order to participate?

    I'm very keen to go shoot at this event and hone my skills, but my ability to attend would depend on what duties I've got on this weekend. As far as I know, I only have a 24-hr duty at camp on Friday. Meeting at Clementi would be a good idea, since I hardly know how to get there myself, and haven't even been to Clementi MRT station itself! I stay very near Kovan station, which would be on the same line as Sengkang...might even be able to meet you along the way.

    Anyway, I'll keep you informed on whether I can attend this or not.
    Yap, you dun need a dog to participate.
    You confirm with me as the day comes nearer & your duties become more clearer, no hurry. I can meet u either kovan and Clementi mrt, no problem with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damien
    Yap, you dun need a dog to participate.
    You confirm with me as the day comes nearer & your duties become more clearer, no hurry. I can meet u either kovan and Clementi mrt, no problem with it.
    That sounds excellent. We can meet at Kovan MRT station, if that's okay with you. Anyway, I'm Andrew, and my mobile number is 989 22982. I won't be able to log in from camp, but I might be able to find time off to get online to check for messages. Please let me know your contact number too. On Saturday morning I should be off duty, so I'll try to write back and let you know if I'll be able to make it for the event.

    Hope there'll be others coming as well.

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    Last call, anyone still coming to shoot these loyal cuties??

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    Here are some of the photos as requested by some of the owners/organisers taken during this barking-filled event.








    Cheers for patriotic dogs on a patriotic event!!

    http://photobucket.com/albums/v625/j.../?sc=1&multi=7

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    Here are some of mine










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    Damien: It was great to see your photos up so quickly. Very nice shots...especially the last one. The focus is spot-on! Photographing dogs was harder than I thought. Wonder if the owner of the Afghan Hound has seen your photo yet...

    Lmodel: Pity we didn't get together at the show. Interesting perspective on your photos, particularly the first. Did you use a wide-angle?

    Just thought I'd put up a few of my shots as well, even though they aren't exactly top quality photographs:

    1. Jack's Stare


    2. Safe Haven


    3. A Siberian Husky Pose


    4. Two Greyhounds; Double the Speed


    5. Chihuahua In A Basket

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    Beautiful husky! The eyes are brown?

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    fWord: Thanks for the compliment. I'm using a pro-sumer, nothing to shout abt those pix I took haha. Anyway, its not a wide-angle lens but rather PSed.

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    Who is the photographer? LoL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lmodel

    A Break


    Who is the photographer? LoL

    The official photographer??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damien
    The official photographer??
    I mean the photographer as captured in the photo. Is it one of the members from CS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by live33
    Beautiful husky! The eyes are brown?
    Indeed, these ones were brown. I caught a few photos of another with sky-blue eyes, but the pose wasn't quite so good on those. In the past I've seen huskies with a different color in each eye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lmodel
    fWord: Thanks for the compliment. I'm using a pro-sumer, nothing to shout abt those pix I took haha. Anyway, its not a wide-angle lens but rather PSed.

    A Break


    Who is the photographer? LoL
    Well, they looked very good to me, and it is an even greater challenge to shoot with a prosumer cam rather than an SLR because they tend to be less responsive.

    The Photoshopping was a clever move...Spherize effects?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fWord
    Well, they looked very good to me, and it is an even greater challenge to shoot with a prosumer cam rather than an SLR because they tend to be less responsive.

    The Photoshopping was a clever move...Spherize effects?
    Thanks for thy comment.

    No special effects, juz cropping.

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