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    pls pardon the grainess.. as i accidently put iso1600 on my previous photo and forgot to switch it back..
    is the pic too slant?

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    Looks like volcano!

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    its sunset... waited for quite some time to get a few shots.
    ended up with a slight flu as it was drizzling on and off.

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    wow! like a mythical bird flying to its fiery home in the skies.

    slant is OK. adds excitement and tension for the viewer. ISO1600 is also no prob.

    only complain is the focus which seems neither here nor there. where was your focus? the bird?

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    focus... ya, now that u mention, i dun seems to have a focus.
    will try harder next time,

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    Quote Originally Posted by espion
    wow! like a mythical bird flying to its fiery home in the skies.

    slant is OK. adds excitement and tension for the viewer. ISO1600 is also no prob.

    only complain is the focus which seems neither here nor there. where was your focus? the bird?
    Personally, I don't like the slant. Maybe I have seen too much slanted photos. Photographers in Singapore like to slant here and there to 'add excitement'. I have seen wedding albums that are so filled with slanted photographs, it makes one wonder if the photographer knows how to hold the camera straight.

    I guess it's creative license, but I think it should be used only if there is a strong purpose. :P

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    i can shoot straight too.. haha

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    Heh... I'm sure you can shoot straighter than me. It's just my personal preference hor... Don't let me stifle your creativity.

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    maybe try rotating abit so that the bird is horizontal but the horizon is slant? it might look better

    Great colours you captured in the sunset. I love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yatlapball
    maybe try rotating abit so that the bird is horizontal but the horizon is slant? it might look better

    Great colours you captured in the sunset. I love it
    haha, ok..will try again next time to put the bird horizontal.

    thanks.

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    Maybe the bird was let go by Richard Gere:

    http://media.libsyn.com/media/mb/tmb..._more_bird.mp3

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    haha.. very funny... haha

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