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    Petronas, Twin Tower



    f6.3, 1/240, ISO100, Nikon CP5700
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    Interesting angle

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    Not bad, i like the angle from where its shot.
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    like postcard^^|

    when i see the title.......I expect to see

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    two tower lor......haha, great angle!

    Happy to see things from diff angle
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    This is indeed a unique view! Well done!

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    agree! nice angle, somehow accentuates the dizzying height of the tower!

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    Petronas Twin Towers too..


    1/8, F/2, Canon G3


    1/8, F/2, Canon G3

    I've posted these photos in another thread but they didn't seem to generate so much comments..

    r they really that lousy?

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    linkster, yours quite normal shot lor... not as impressive because ur angle not wide enough...
    but as usual u have to be there to really *appreciate* the size of the thing...
    "I'm... dreaming... of a wide... angle~
    Just like the ones I used to know~"

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    Originally posted by Linkster
    Petronas Twin Towers too..


    1/8, F/2, Canon G3


    1/8, F/2, Canon G3

    I've posted these photos in another thread but they didn't seem to generate so much comments..

    r they really that lousy?

    when i saw the heading " twin towers" I expect to see something like ur 1st pics lor.......so......quite normal i guess.
    as for ur second pics.......er.....i think is a bit "not straight " [paiseh...4got what words to use^^|]
    dunno is it my eyes ganna hit by basketball so "not straight" or is the photo ?
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    Linkster, next time u go, there's a bridge near the park/pool (dunno wat it's called), on tht bridge, u can get a full view of KLCC. Shoot at nite to avoid the crowd.

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    Originally posted by roon2c
    Linkster, next time u go, there's a bridge near the park/pool (dunno wat it's called), on tht bridge, u can get a full view of KLCC. Shoot at nite to avoid the crowd.
    ya.. i've got photos from that angle too..

    but they dun look as nice as i thought they would.. so didn't post..

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    Linkster - I really like your first photo, especially the exposure !

    cheers,

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    I like the first 2 shots, oh boy... are the building structure really so sharp??? May have over-sharpened?

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