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    Hey guys/gals...

    If one of your Photomarathon themes require wedding shots, do contact me and I'll bring you to my sister's wedding. It's the only way I can contribute. :P
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    then the photographers will steal the lime light

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    Quote Originally Posted by ykia
    ... It's fast, not messy, but the number of "Poop corns" those that did not pop is a bit high,...
    Put your unpopped corn in the fridge overnight and then use it chilled. This will reduce the amount of Pooped Corn. Better yet, I think use the freezer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philliptan
    Hey guys/gals...

    If one of your Photomarathon themes require wedding shots, do contact me and I'll bring you to my sister's wedding. It's the only way I can contribute. :P
    cool, where is the wedding? Locations/time please, will try not to disturb

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    Quote Originally Posted by jopel
    just bring back through the back doors loh

    ai si? later i no need to come back to SG liao
    I lup SG, but SG don't love me...

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    Tea ceremony late morning at Pasir Ris. Dinner at Hotel Grand Central.

    eikin and ykia have my number, so gimme a call if you do need to come.
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    Default Photoaid 5(HIGHFIVE!)

    eikin, all the best for your big day tomorrow!!!

    stay cool!

    show us a shot after your "makeover" leh!
    Last edited by Racoon; 18th October 2005 at 05:16 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racoon
    eikin, all the best for your bug day tomorrow!!!

    stay cool!

    show us a shot after your "makeover" leh!
    Why? He joined the "Grasshoppers"?!

    Or too much influence from Alex "The Insect Man" Ortega?
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    Quote Originally Posted by philliptan
    Why? He joined the "Grasshoppers"?!

    Or too much influence from Alex "The Insect Man" Ortega?
    oops! Sori...typo...

    btw, anyone at home now? Is it raining in Punggol? Deciding whether to bring umbrella along...

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    Click here to find out... http://intranet.mssinet.gov.sg/pub/gif/rad70.gif

    Looks like it is...
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    Quote Originally Posted by philliptan
    Click here to find out... http://intranet.mssinet.gov.sg/pub/gif/rad70.gif

    Looks like it is...
    Wow.... gotta learn how to interpret.

    Btw, phillip, how u find ur 350D?

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    Quote Originally Posted by evq
    Wow.... gotta learn how to interpret.
    The scale is on the right. Basically the redder/purpler it is, the heavier the rain.

    Quote Originally Posted by evq
    Btw, phillip, how u find ur 350D?
    Really enjoying it. Still learning though. But a bit too small for my hands. I'll get the grip when I return from holiday. Prefer to shoot in RAW for more control over the shots on my end. Currently using the lower end lenses (kit lens/EF28-90mm III/EF75-300mm II) so pics needs a bit of PS post processing. But all in all, good enough for what I use it for.
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    Mine's boil water first, add sugar, stir until melted and then butter. Will definitely try your way, but am guessing 1/2 brick of butter is less and 1/2 of butter.

    Quote Originally Posted by Velvetine
    Welcome, ykia. What do you mean compensate the butter? I'd normally melt butter first, when it is all melted and liquidty, then add sugar. Why don't you try that way first with your recipe?
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    Need to make sure it meets the Spring Singapore safety standards.... Hmmmm, where's PoohBear?

    Quote Originally Posted by jopel
    just bring back through the back doors loh
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    Latest news flash!!

    Possible MO from Hong Kong, yqt will be leaving tomorrow, and will be back on Monday, willing handle small amout of MO items. Please email me catchlights(AT)gmail.com for the items you interested, I'll fw the email to yqt.

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    Hmmm.... I wonder why? Could be the condensation that forms after taking out of the fridge, increasing the moisture content. Read that popcorn needs at least 14% moisture to pop.

    Anyway, I was comparing the popping methods, not so much the kernel moisture content. I usually get more popped out of a pot of hot oil then the hot air popper. The hot air popper tends to fling the unpopped kernels out of the machine together with the popped ones.

    I usually do a double pop with the poopcorns by "sifting" them out and repopping them. Usually can reduce the number of poopcorns by half this way.

    Finally, the "brand" of popcorn also has a relationship with how many goes unpopped. Jollytime and Orville R brands have better popped ratio then the supermarket brands that hang together with the other dried foodstuff.


    Quote Originally Posted by Velvetine
    Put your unpopped corn in the fridge overnight and then use it chilled. This will reduce the amount of Pooped Corn. Better yet, I think use the freezer.
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    Yes, you'll do fine tomorrow! Remember, the interviewers usually look of polite and mature (in thoughtfullness) individuals on top of your technical capabilities.

    All the best!


    Quote Originally Posted by Racoon
    eikin, all the best for your big day tomorrow!!!

    stay cool!

    show us a shot after your "makeover" leh!
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    I thought they were giving away the batt grip f.o.c. when you bought it, no?

    Quote Originally Posted by philliptan
    Really enjoying it. Still learning though. But a bit too small for my hands. I'll get the grip when I return from holiday. Prefer to shoot in RAW for more control over the shots on my end. Currently using the lower end lenses (kit lens/EF28-90mm III/EF75-300mm II) so pics needs a bit of PS post processing. But all in all, good enough for what I use it for.
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    Urgent!! urgent!!

    beautiful sunset now.
    anyone have camera with you can go and shoot now, don't miss it,
    I have to leave for meeting in 15 min,

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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights
    Urgent!! urgent!!

    beautiful sunset now.
    anyone have camera with you can go and shoot now, don't miss it,
    I have to leave for meeting in 15 min,
    sunrise was beautiful also, still in office, can see big orange sun through the windows

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