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    Default Taking a photo of the MICA Building

    I love this building and want to take a picture of it. As I don't have a lot of time to go out several times to shoot it, can some one please help:

    What is the best time of day to take the shot? evening or morning?
    Where on earth do you stand to take the shot as it is facing an extremely busy road?

    Thank you!

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    Default Re: Taking a photo of the MICA Building

    U can try once each at 7am sunrise, 12pm midday sun, 5pm afternoon sun, 7pm evening light, then try once on sunny day, cloudy day, overcast day, raining day, then try once on weekend (less traffic) and on weekday (lotsa traffic), then try from near (stand in front of the MICA) and far (opposite the road).

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    Default Re: Taking a photo of the MICA Building

    Try to shoot at very narrow angle to the building, so that the windows would appear to 'blend together' when you stand at the side.

    Rainbow windows.

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    Default Re: Taking a photo of the MICA Building

    judging by the threads in kopitiam, the best time may well be when the security guards are off-duty!

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    Default Re: Taking a photo of the MICA Building

    at night when the lights come out

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    Default Re: Taking a photo of the MICA Building

    when the windows are all closed.


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    Default Re: Taking a photo of the MICA Building

    Haha, looks like I can't avoid going to the place several times, which I was hoping to! Thanks for your suggestions all. I would also like to try the rainbow effect, thanks redstone!

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