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    Dunno what to name this...

    Have you read IT???

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    Default Re: Grills

    Time to clean the fan..

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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights
    Time to clean the fan..
    haha tell my mother.
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    Default Re: Grills

    You ask your mother to clean or complaint to your mother (about me)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights
    You ask your mother to clean or complaint to your mother (about me)?
    i go tell her people saw the fan already, and say that its so dirty, so better clean, in case got guests come~
    good idea leh.. next time got anything dirty @ home, i put up here, then let people complain, then she will go clean.
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    then she ask you to clean

    It does give kind of old, abandoned kind of feeling.
    Last edited by zcf; 6th September 2005 at 12:05 PM.
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    nice piece of abstract work.
    i like the diagonal lines converging together.
    and the gradual light fall off.

    maybe can try converting to b/w and see...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zcf
    then she ask you to clean

    It does give kind of old, abandoned kind of feeling.
    haha then i ask catchlights clean, since he complain.
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    Default Re: Grills

    Maybe try a bit more side angle, more close up, and with shallow depth of field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silver.wolf
    nice piece of abstract work.
    i like the diagonal lines converging together.
    and the gradual light fall off.

    maybe can try converting to b/w and see...
    Like this?

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    [QUOTE=lil_princess]Dunno what to name this...

    I would call it History. Why? Because it each bit of dust contain the history of
    the air...

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    not bad. B&W is better.
    cleaner fan will be better.
    unless you want to project something old n antique.
    not give people misunderstanding - unclean.

    The window lighting also too bright, can try underexposure it abit more.
    try auto bracket, if either one of them not nice. Use PS to merge
    the foreground n background together to get nice pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lil_princess
    Like this?

    Yup, juz the way i like it

    Keep shooting, lil princess ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bwilly
    not bad. B&W is better.
    cleaner fan will be better.
    unless you want to project something old n antique.
    not give people misunderstanding - unclean.

    The window lighting also too bright, can try underexposure it abit more.
    try auto bracket, if either one of them not nice. Use PS to merge
    the foreground n background together to get nice pic.
    Probably may try it one day again - with a cleaner fan.
    Whats auto bracket? I've just started learning PS. How to merge?

    Quote Originally Posted by PhotoDog
    I would call it History. Why? Because it each bit of dust contain the history of
    the air...
    Quote Originally Posted by lil_princess
    Dunno what to name this...
    There's a history of air???
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    Quote Originally Posted by silver.wolf
    Yup, juz the way i like it

    Keep shooting, lil princess ...
    Geez... Thx...
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    Quote Originally Posted by lil_princess
    Geez... Thx...
    welcome, lil princess ...

    looks like u having alot of fun shooting .. hee ...
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    Can also look like a very old prison of days gone by

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    what camera u using..
    think u may have to refer to your manual now..
    hehe..

    auto bracket will take three shots of the same area.
    one underexposure, one just right n one very exposed.
    from there u can judge, which exposure is just nice.
    u can use the underexposure one to "grab" the background (usually
    rich n nicely lit) n merge with the foreground of the either one
    of the two pic (over expose or just nice)

    merge, very cheem to explain here. not helped by my limited vocab.
    haha.. best u go to library to borrow a PS book. I do that myself before
    I incurred dollars of overdue charge n get one book myself.

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    the shot reminds me of the works of another master in CS. Abstract, have a wide dynamic range of lights available and pics are a little OOF/blur. Why no one says it's very good huh?

    This pic works i guess..
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    eee... really dusty... need a lesson on how to disassemble the fan for cleaning?

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