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    Stray Sheep bro, its not the size of type of camera that makes the picture, its the person behind the viewfinder that makes all the difference. I must say I too learn a lot from the bros like Yoke Chye and Yi Liang when it comes to composition. It juz happens that I own a DSLR (which also means more work and pressure ).

    Come and join us to learn more, have fun and practice your skills, especially in a friendly environment of friends. Bro Aaron is a very good organiser of shoots so don't miss the opportunity man .

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    Kelvin

    Quote Originally Posted by Stray Sheep View Post
    Wow !! that was a very promt reply... Really ?? So there's are pple using PnS camera during the outing too ah.. Really?? Alright.. I really love to see the pics u took...looking forward....
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelvgoh View Post
    Agree with you bro. Yoke Chye's IR are very . He is a man of multi-talents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelvgoh View Post
    Stray Sheep bro, its not the size of type of camera that makes the picture, its the person behind the viewfinder that makes all the difference. I must say I too learn a lot from the bros like Yoke Chye and Yi Liang when it comes to composition. It juz happens that I own a DSLR (which also means more work and pressure ).

    Come and join us to learn more, have fun and practice your skills, especially in a friendly environment of friends. Bro Aaron is a very good organiser of shoots so don't miss the opportunity man .

    Cheers

    Kelvin
    eh pls dun say that i am just learning only

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    Quote Originally Posted by yllew View Post
    Boh Jio~~~~~ Go on your own... LOL~~~ But did u take the Lexus ger?? She is beautiful... Veri... sigh... No.8 pics with the fence is a bit distractin... hmm... But all is nice... no. 3, u make her luk so scary... kee kee kee...
    bro , thks for the comments, paisei is a last min thing , will jio u for the big boy toy.

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    Aiya bro, you may be learning too, but juz better at IR and PS then me ma. Everyone sure got something that they are better rite?

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    Kelvin

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    eh pls dun say that i am just learning only
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelvgoh View Post
    Aiya bro, you may be learning too, but juz better at IR and PS then me ma. Everyone sure got something that they are better rite?

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    Kelvin
    i might even give up in photography one day

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    thanks aaron for making this outing possible.

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    Bro buggy,

    Love No 2 . I was hoping to catch them in a bunch but I guess I no patience.

    Bro Yoke Chye,

    The world would be missing a talented photographer if you did give up the hobby . I'm deadly serious about it.

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    Kelvin
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    Very nice IR pics bro.. I am no expert in this field but I still like the colours and composition of the pics..

    [QUOTE=yokechye;2626202]its time for me to post my photos. yesterday too busy and i do not have the access to my pc.

    I think i did not do quite well for my CWB for the IR. the colors are not wat i expected it should be
    Life is like photography, we develop from the negatives.

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    Hey no prob bro.. I am happy as long as u guys enjoyed urself.. Very nice pics u have, esp no 1 and no 2..

    [QUOTE=Buggy;2628192]thanks aaron for making this outing possible.

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    kelvin's mf is , can see the bee's hair.
    yc's photos are vibrant n colourful, pleasing to eyes.
    yl's sunspot is too. love the colour!
    and thanks legiz for sharing with us the motorshow photos

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    No worries bro, camera types doesn't matter in our outings.. Having Dslr also doesnt mean being able to take gd pics.. Just join us for our outings, we learn and have fun tog!

    Quote Originally Posted by Stray Sheep View Post
    Huh.. Everyone using DLSR le... .. I very super duper newbie le..

    Juz got my S3 to learn photography le... sigh.... Next time u all got outing i pai seh to go

    liao la... all using big big camera.... But i really love those pics tat u've posted.. Thanks for

    posting and let those whom are nt able to go on tat day hv a look.... Thx

    guys !!!
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    I totally agreed with what u said bro.. Its still the person behind the viewfinder who's most impt.. Thanks bro, I am not that gd a organiser lah, still learning too..

    Quote Originally Posted by kelvgoh View Post
    Stray Sheep bro, its not the size of type of camera that makes the picture, its the person behind the viewfinder that makes all the difference. I must say I too learn a lot from the bros like Yoke Chye and Yi Liang when it comes to composition. It juz happens that I own a DSLR (which also means more work and pressure ).

    Come and join us to learn more, have fun and practice your skills, especially in a friendly environment of friends. Bro Aaron is a very good organiser of shoots so don't miss the opportunity man .

    Cheers

    Kelvin
    Life is like photography, we develop from the negatives.

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    Here's some of my pics to share..

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron80 View Post
    Very nice IR pics bro.. I am no expert in this field but I still like the colours and composition of the pics..
    hmm... CWB is off for the shots i took that day actually

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron80 View Post
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    i like this pic

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    Thanks bro!

    Quote Originally Posted by yokechye View Post
    i like this pic
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    pai say man, bro. I think catching the bee's hair in focus was more luck than actual true skill. MF is actually quite easy. Juz requires some patience and practice. Had quite a lot of it while in the army.

    I love YC's photos as its very nice and vibrant and I think YL and Aaron's compositions are nice. That's something I have yet to master.

    We're all good friends here to learn.

    Cheers

    Kelvin

    Quote Originally Posted by Buggy View Post
    kelvin's mf is , can see the bee's hair.
    yc's photos are vibrant n colourful, pleasing to eyes.
    yl's sunspot is too. love the colour!
    and thanks legiz for sharing with us the motorshow photos
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    Aaron, you want my collection of Pinkys or not? Around 10+, think got around 5 haven't open one. Sell you whole set half price want or not.
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