got it too...
got it too...
Unable to log in http://clubsnap.eventicentral.com/events/SSF2006.php. Something wrong with it?
there's something wrong with the link...cannot link to signupOriginally Posted by rickygck
Thanks for notifying us. We are aware of the problem (due to a server reconfiguration and redirection).Originally Posted by yumyum
Will advise when the link is up again. Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
Can I come as a "free lance" photog. That means I come as any public audience and shoot. And then, send the pix to you. If my pix are of any good, I can also give you the hi-res pix in a CD (as usual, without any watermark, just like all my pix posted in CS).
Well, this is becos I am not so sure of my free time. Moreover, I do not wish to "benefit" from the meal voucher or a free blank CD.....
I love big car, big house, big lenses, but small apertures.
Oppsss..ignore last post.
The registration is up and running..
Last edited by Paperkurt; 28th May 2006 at 01:32 AM.
Zeng Liwei | Photos
erm.. i think you should be able to do that...Originally Posted by smallaperture
cos i did that last year... hehe..
but better wait for Darren to confirm ba..
What if I'm unable to capture anything that I think is up to standard?
Having the same thoughts as you...
Originally Posted by kniveswood
hahaha, not so bad lah..
besides, that's why CS assign more than 1 photographer per event.. in case someone last min sick or unable to turn up.. plus a couple more photogs also increase the chance of getting more good pics!
when are we going to be notify the date and time and places that we are going to be there.
wat if some of the pics we took are nt up to standard ?!
Will be closing off registration soon, and the roster/timetable will be up shortly after that.Originally Posted by nicholas68
You must have confidence in your equipment and your picture-taking abilities.Originally Posted by smokeput
As long as the picture is reasonably sharp, composed and exposed, no one is going to shoot you. With AF taking care of the sharpness (to a certain extent) and Auto-Exposure taking care of the exposure (again to a certain extent), you only need to concentrate on making sure the image is well-composed.
That's comforting to hear, as my friends have been asking me to join them.Originally Posted by Darren
Pardon me for asking, but is this like restricted to DLSR users only? Im using a prosumer camera(with all the extra accesories like flash and all that, i have done event photography before), is it a good idea for me to participate?
Please advice. Thanks!
Anyone? Any advise?
Hi Guys... How Many Photographers Have Registered So Far?