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    hehe... not very bright of him/her/it, eh?

    looks like someone will be changing his/her/its nick soon...
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    Quote Originally Posted by philliptan
    Was looking at this old thread in APAD (thanks, Hexlord)

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...wpost&t=172435

    In it, he is claiming the cockpit shot to be his... at that point in time, I questioned his supposed flight route and the actual aircraft heading in the photo. He brushed it off with some excuse abt military airbases and I let it go at that. I should've known though.... he claimed the shot was taken by a 300 f/2.8...

    It's obvious that he is an outright cheat. Airliners.net has been informed.
    Phillip, he has also told me that he used a 300mmf2.8 with a 1.7TC to shoot all the photos at our nice location(you know where lah)....siao 200 already too much for there still want to use 300?
    roti_prata must know next to nothing about cockpit shots, esp if Sam Chui shoots in there with a 10.5mm fisheye, 300mm is a ridiculous overkill liao.....cant even fit in there, how to shoot?unless he mean shoot every cockpit display and then piece them together in PS

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    He was last online yesterday 5pm+.
    thanks for the tip, espn.

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    After reading his post on sitting in the jumpseat during take-off...blah blah blah. I thought it was a load of crap. There is no way in hell they would let you do that, not even pre 9/11. This guy is such a bullshit artist.

    Hell you can't even get through 1st class during a flight let alone get to the cockpit and sit there for 6 hrs.

    Something should be done about this joker. I agree with some of you that since he has such disregard for other people's work and using it without due credit and even claiming the work to be his own. It such a clear cut case of copyright infringement. I would sue his ass but that's just me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JediForce4ever
    Phillip, he has also told me that he used a 300mmf2.8 with a 1.7TC to shoot all the photos at our nice location(you know where lah)....siao 200 already too much for there still want to use 300?
    roti_prata must know next to nothing about cockpit shots, esp if Sam Chui shoots in there with a 10.5mm fisheye, 300mm is a ridiculous overkill liao.....cant even fit in there, how to shoot?unless he mean shoot every cockpit display and then piece them together in PS
    Our nice location, I bring 28-135 also too long at the long end lah... He know nuts abt aviation photography...
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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    I think you might want to consider making an offer to remove the images with a period of time, if still doesn't, then go to the police and make a report.
    thanks again espn.An offer has already been made to him requesting the removal of the photos.

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    Look at this, scumboy actually wants to apply for an SAF scholarship:

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=172435

    Imagine having officers like him running around. God help us all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philliptan
    Our nice location, I bring 28-135 also too long at the long end lah... He know nuts abt aviation photography...
    he also knows nuts about COPYRIGHT laws

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    Quote Originally Posted by JediForce4ever
    he also knows nuts about COPYRIGHT laws
    I beg to differ... I believe he knows abt copyright laws but choose to break them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JediForce4ever
    roti_prata must know next to nothing about cockpit shots, esp if Sam Chui shoots in there with a 10.5mm fisheye, 300mm is a ridiculous overkill liao.....cant even fit in there, how to shoot?unless he mean shoot every cockpit display and then piece them together in PS


    He wanna do extremely detailed shots of everything?
    The 'mosiac' must too a long time to stitch up. And so perfect, even with software and only one take?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jemapela
    I hate to say this but I also wonder how many members here are using avatars that are not their own work.
    I shot my own avatars, but it don't have any more space to put a bigi big
    copyright watermark.

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    I recall seeing some avatars with copyright watermarks over it.

    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights
    I shot my own avatars, but it don't have any more space to put a bigi big
    copyright watermark.

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    I use my own avatar, taken by my own camera, using my own money to go up to KL to shoot that picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights
    I shot my own avatars, but it don't have any more space to put a bigi big
    copyright watermark.
    IMO, my avatar is used to represent me, and I would only want my creations to represent me.
    Anyone knows if roti_prata's avatar is portraying him in the picture?

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    Yes, that's roti's face...

    Let's not go off topic here... this post is not abt avatars...
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    aw....where is our prata-boy ?

    Busy making prata in anticipation of a fine, which owners of the pics are slapping him with soon

    Hey boy, dun get your parents in trouble for your silly actions ... think about it, dude. Be warned that it isnt worth it
    Last edited by AhV; 21st March 2006 at 03:29 PM.

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    Hi, if you guys are free/boh liao/whatever, you can go on HWZ and find posts by roti_prata aka purpl3_daisy. Apparently hes some Rafflesian from RJC 07SO6N.

    http://forums.hardwarezone.com/member.php?userid=209833

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    Quote Originally Posted by n0d3
    Hi, if you guys are free/boh liao/whatever, you can go on HWZ and find posts by roti_prata aka purpl3_daisy. Apparently hes some Rafflesian from RJC 07SO6N.

    http://forums.hardwarezone.com/member.php?userid=209833
    Wah, sianz ... Raffles' reputation received a dent just like that ...

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    i really think he should clear this up man.....

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