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    Default .....Sunset Korea - Seoul...

    Hiee.....

    Here is one of the sunsets view from my hotel room...



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    Last edited by sulhan; 29th October 2002 at 04:59 PM.

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    Wow... are you on an around the world trip?
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    Can share the settings with us?

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    Default ...no lah.....just some assignments...

    Hiee...

    Not round the world......not that lucky man!!

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    CHIO!!

    But why right hand side so dark one ah?

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    Default The pollution in Korea

    FYI....

    The pollution in Korea is rather bad hence the type of sunsets tht you get there. The ppollution is norally bad due to the number of cars and trafic jams (24hrs) .....as they say if you have been in a traffic jam in Seoul ......SIngapore's CTE Jam is a peanut!!!!!.

    The right side is dark as the haze forms an immediate colloidal system due to the sun....so the distance immdiate to the sun seem glowing but overall the light is blocked in just a short distance - poor visibility to.

    Photo taken with a sepia filter (kenko filter set for P&S). This photo was taken with a Canon S10 on a camera tripod(monopod) with all the lights in the hotel room turned off - as i do not have any polariser.....too.


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    That just reminds me I need a polarizing filter for my A40.....and I am broke... and there is SEED tomorrow.... anyone wanna sponser or "permanantly lend" their A40 - 52mm adapter and polarizing lens?

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    Default Re: The pollution in Korea

    Originally posted by sulhan
    FYI....

    The pollution in Korea is rather bad hence the type of sunsets tht you get there. The ppollution is norally bad due to the number of cars and trafic jams (24hrs) .....as they say if you have been in a traffic jam in Seoul ......SIngapore's CTE Jam is a peanut!!!!!.

    The right side is dark as the haze forms an immediate colloidal system due to the sun....so the distance immdiate to the sun seem glowing but overall the light is blocked in just a short distance - poor visibility to.

    Photo taken with a sepia filter (kenko filter set for P&S). This photo was taken with a Canon S10 on a camera tripod(monopod) with all the lights in the hotel room turned off - as i do not have any polariser.....too.


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    you went korea?? may i ask if your camera can tahan the cold whether? issit minus somthing degree..... going there soon.... but very scared that my olympus C3000z freezes there

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    This is a nice shoot. But if can add in some building will that be good??

    Did you use any soft filter?

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    Lovely shot! What's a sepia filter btw? Is it a color correction filter?

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    wow nice but any more korea pics to share?

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