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    Quote Originally Posted by maverickh View Post
    Had been reading up on street photography recently , and came across a photographer by the name of Josef Koudelka. Apparently he often utilises triangles in his composition when it comes to shooting multiple subjects. The article I came across mentioned that " What works well when it comes to multiple subjects is when they come in threes". The article then went on to mention examples which comes into mind, such as " the three little pigs, the three blind mice, and so on" . From my personal example would be a threesome lor.

    Well here is my dedication to Mr. Josef Koudelka.
    Interesting concept. Think someone also shared before on the triangle thingy which can be also used for Portraits, hope i can find that article..
    By the way, which lens u used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaiyen View Post
    So long not here, really alot nice photos. Thumbs up all...
    Joe, for the landscape shot, think 'rules of thirds' or even the triangle that Franz mentioned.

    IMO, there is a bit too much empty space of the left now.
    2 ideas are :
    You can either move to place the puddle into the lower middle of the frame forming a triangle with the sunset on the left and the HDB on the right.
    Or
    Move the puddle into one of the intersections of the thirds.

    Placing the horizon in the center places emphasis on 'balance' (ie. calm, order), placing it off center gives the scene imbalance (ie. often tension )
    So take that into consideration as well.

    my few cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinholecam View Post

    Joe, for the landscape shot, think 'rules of thirds' or even the triangle that Franz mentioned.

    IMO, there is a bit too much empty space of the left now.
    2 ideas are :
    You can either move to place the puddle into the lower middle of the frame forming a triangle with the sunset on the left and the HDB on the right.
    Or
    Move the puddle into one of the intersections of the thirds.

    Placing the horizon in the center places emphasis on 'balance' (ie. calm, order), placing it off center gives the scene imbalance (ie. often tension )
    So take that into consideration as well.

    my few cents.
    Noted and i do agree with u. Like i mentioned it is not the best angle cos i just happened to saw this while sourcing for scape. It abit late when i found this seem interesting angle. Also not much interesting foreground but only this patch of "swamp" haha.
    Will go again one of wkend earlier to look for a good angle. Anw your 2 cents is worth a million. Thx jk thumbs up. Alot to learn from guru here

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranchy View Post
    Interesting concept. Think someone also shared before on the triangle thingy which can be also used for Portraits, hope i can find that article..
    By the way, which lens u used?
    Hi Ranchy,

    The picture ws taken with FA 35mm f/2. Perhaps due to its focal length on APSC camera, I hardly used this lens. However now with K1, I find that that i use it more often. I also like its vibrant colour, and certainly its low DOF when shooting at f/2 helps in some situations.

    This is a lens which I highly recommend, and we always let the photos speak for themselves. Below is another photo from the same lens.



    IMGP1572 by maverick_h, on Flickr

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    Throwback to my previous trip..

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    Always a motivation to find our way to the various huts on the Three Capes Track

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    Sun going down fast on final night of Three Capes Track in Tasmania

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    Cloudy night on first day of Three Capes Track in Tasmania.. Praying for better weather for day 2

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    One of many rocks

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    Tessellated Pavement
    Lovely pictures! Were you travelling in a group which included Pat Law?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maverickh View Post
    Had been reading up on street photography recently , and came across a photographer by the name of Josef Koudelka. Apparently he often utilises triangles in his composition when it comes to shooting multiple subjects. The article I came across mentioned that " What works well when it comes to multiple subjects is when they come in threes". The article then went on to mention examples which comes into mind, such as " the three little pigs, the three blind mice, and so on" . From my personal example would be a threesome lor.

    Well here is my dedication to Mr. Josef Koudelka.
    Like that also can!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSiGuy View Post
    Lovely pictures! Were you travelling in a group which included Pat Law?
    Thanks!

    Nope. On the day of our trek, me and missus were the only ones walking so we had the whole place to ourselves as it was during winter season then
    fernweh (n.) an ache for distant places; being homesick for a place you've never been

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    Quote Originally Posted by maverickh View Post
    Hi Ranchy,

    The picture ws taken with FA 35mm f/2. Perhaps due to its focal length on APSC camera, I hardly used this lens. However now with K1, I find that that i use it more often. I also like its vibrant colour, and certainly its low DOF when shooting at f/2 helps in some situations.

    This is a lens which I highly recommend, and we always let the photos speak for themselves. Below is another photo from the same lens.
    Wow nice.. Cannot buy another lens.. i have enough. kekeke

    Recent Studio shot. Trying K-pop style...

    K135 F2.5
    Collage of the images:



    Which style/heart you prefer...


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    Recent Studio shot. Trying K-pop style...

    K135 F2.5
    Collage of the images:



    Which style/heart you prefer...
    Lovely photos
    ....

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    Sigma 10-20 @10mm FF mode

    Reflections @Keppel Bay by Ken Goh, on Flickr

    A temple at Mount Emei 峨眉山报国寺 by Ken Goh, on Flickr

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    Lovely photos
    Thanks Poseur!

    A comparison of Pentax K28 F2 and Zeiss 28 F2.. Both with same setting..
    K28

    Zeiss 28


    Was thinking to try to compare the edges, but i felt both perform quite similar.. (Full size is uploaded in Flickr.)

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    Thanks Poseur!

    A comparison of Pentax K28 F2 and Zeiss 28 F2.. Both with same setting..
    K28

    Zeiss 28


    Was thinking to try to compare the edges, but i felt both perform quite similar.. (Full size is uploaded in Flickr.)
    I was thinking of a K28/2 and here you post a photo used with it. Nice! the Zeiss I saw on eBay cost $1.5k
    Pentaxian for Life
    K1, KP, FA*28-70/2.8, FA31, 43 & FA77 Limiteds, K85/1.8, FA*200/2.8, A50/1.2



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    Fireworks tonight, shot with FA28

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranchy View Post
    Thanks Poseur! A comparison of Pentax K28 F2 and Zeiss 28 F2.. Both with same setting.. K28 Zeiss 28 Was thinking to try to compare the edges, but i felt both perform quite similar.. (Full size is uploaded in Flickr.)
    the k28 is simply quite exquisite to just touch... :-O

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    K! + Sigma 70-200/2.8. Photos have been cropped. NDP 2016 @ National Stadium.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ranchy View Post
    Wow nice.. Cannot buy another lens.. i have enough. kekeke ... Recent Studio shot. Trying K-pop style...
    Wow! Ranchy ... great idea.

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    Last edited by felixcat8888; 24th July 2016 at 09:12 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by felixcat8888 View Post
    I was thinking of a K28/2 and here you post a photo used with it. Nice! the Zeiss I saw on eBay cost $1.5k
    Lol. you got FA28-70 liao leh..still looking for more lens ah.. kekeke

    Quote Originally Posted by kengoh View Post
    Fireworks tonight, shot with FA28
    Nice. .look like you went to find another spot to take.

    Quote Originally Posted by hjbyeo View Post
    the k28 is simply quite exquisite to just touch... :-O
    Good to touch. But ppl 15-30 and 24-70 like more powerful.. keke

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    Wow! Ranchy ... great idea.
    Thanks Bernard, it's all thanks to organiser of suggesting and pushing us to try a theme..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranchy View Post
    Nice. .look like you went to find another spot to take.
    Yes I walked from SG Flyer all the way to Tg Rhu to find this location.

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