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    Got bored during the chinese new year eve nothing to do when 'shou shui' so picked up a needle n sew on a piece of cloth, n see how lousy my skill in sewing hahaha..... After which took a pict of my 'works'

    Shot taken when cloth in my shadow:


    Shot taken directly under the light:



    Experts in photography: Please tell me where i go wrong so as to improve!
    Experts in sewing: Please dun fall off your chair but tell me where can i improve on!
    Thanks everyone in advance!
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    Default Re: Fragrance

    (not an expert in photography)
    what did u wish to achieve with the photographs?
    and why is the one with flash magnified?


    OT: im... eh, speechless that one would try sewing when he has nothing to do during cny. wow!

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    Default Re: Fragrance

    Quote Originally Posted by foxtwo
    (not an expert in photography)
    what did u wish to achieve with the photographs?
    and why is the one with flash magnified?

    OT: im... eh, speechless that one would try sewing when he has nothing to do during cny. wow!
    Trying to shoot Macro of the sewn word.
    Erhh... no flash is being used it is juz dat the cloth is place directly the flouresent light, not magnified but juz closed in n pict size not reduced

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin
    Trying to shoot Macro of the sewn word.
    Erhh... no flash is being used it is juz dat the cloth is place directly the flouresent light, not magnified but juz closed in n pict size not reduced
    well, they're not compositionally attractive, but have you learnt anything from shooting macro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by foxtwo
    well, they're not compositionally attractive, but have you learnt anything from shooting macro?
    Still trying to figure out how to do it proper, Maybe u have a beta perspective?

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