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    Quote Originally Posted by lil_princess
    Dunno what to name this...
    rust and dust?

  2. #22

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwilly
    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.
    I'm using a P&S cam, manual really cant find liao :-/
    Ya, I got borrow the PS book fom library, cos I'm learning now...
    Have you read IT???

  3. #23

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    Quote Originally Posted by yanyewkay
    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..
    Thanks.. but I dun think I'm up to that.
    I'm a beginning beginner...
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  4. #24

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    Quote Originally Posted by sehsuan
    eee... really dusty... need a lesson on how to disassemble the fan for cleaning?
    You offer your service huh?
    Have you read IT???

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    wat's the model of the camera you are using?

  6. #26

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwilly
    wat's the model of the camera you are using?
    minolta
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  7. #27

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    Quote Originally Posted by lil_princess
    minolta
    Brand - minolta? the model?

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    Default Re: Grills

    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights
    Maybe try a bit more side angle, more close up, and with shallow depth of field.
    Hey lil_princess,

    What do you think about this?



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    needs more DOF. too shallow. only 1 is sharp

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    My eyes keep moving up and down between the two focused. Very tiring...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhotoDog
    My eyes keep moving up and down between the two focused. Very tiring...
    Quote Originally Posted by TMC
    needs more DOF. too shallow. only 1 is sharp

    Can I ask, are you guys referring to my image or catchlight's?
    Have you read IT???

  12. #32

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwilly
    Brand - minolta? the model?
    Minolta Dimage, the X series one.
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  13. #33

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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights
    Hey lil_princess,

    What do you think about this?


    A bit 'pain' for my eyes....
    Have you read IT???

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    Quote Originally Posted by lil_princess
    Can I ask, are you guys referring to my image or catchlight's?
    I am referring to catchlight's image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights
    Hey lil_princess,

    What do you think about this?


    still feel b+w is more artistic, coloured look feel "dirty" .
    Sony Alpha 700 hobbyist

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    Quote Originally Posted by zcf
    still feel b+w is more artistic, coloured look feel "dirty" .
    Have you read IT???

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    Default Re: Grills

    catchlight you also need to clean your fan.

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    I would call it....

    "Its just a stupid snapshot, becoz I am bored boyz!!! Darn its hot these days....."


    Anyway, its fun to read the long thread of remarks... and its time to clean it too....

  19. #39

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    Quote Originally Posted by lil_princess
    Dunno what to name this...

    rusty dandy dirty oldy fan!

    how old was the electric fan?

  20. #40

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zplus
    I would call it....

    "Its just a stupid snapshot, becoz I am bored boyz!!! Darn its hot these days....."


    Anyway, its fun to read the long thread of remarks... and its time to clean it too....
    Yeah its hot.
    Its funny that a dusty fan could get so many remarks.
    The cleaning is up to my mum... Tell her.
    Have you read IT???

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