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    2 pics I took.. Which one u guys prefer? C&C will be appreciated..

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    aaron, i think the first pic's white balance abit off. taken from redhill mrt station there rite?
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    Prefer 1st one

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    Ya, its taken at redhill mrt station there.. I also feel the white balance abit strange.. Think maybe my PS gone abit haywire..

    Quote Originally Posted by yokechye View Post
    aaron, i think the first pic's white balance abit off. taken from redhill mrt station there rite?
    Life is like photography, we develop from the negatives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron80 View Post
    Ya, its taken at redhill mrt station there.. I also feel the white balance abit strange.. Think maybe my PS gone abit haywire..
    see i so clever... know where u took this from

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    Haha ya lah, u must have gone there before lah..

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron80 View Post
    Haha ya lah, u must have gone there before lah..
    no... i stayed around there for about 16-17 yrs

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    #1 would be better if the buildings were straight. both shots seem too dark.

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    #1, but like mentioned, slant n abit underexposed.
    Subject interest seem to be the train rite? take more of the track, than the building.
    Building takes up more than 2/3 of the pic.

    #2, if u want to use it. use this pic, lighten it. Then layer it with another underexpose, meter off for the blue sky. (If u can get it in this hazey day) Merge them together.
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    Thanks for the feedback and advice.. Yup for pic 1 the subject is the train, will frame more of the track instead of the buildings next time. For pic 2, I not sure how to go about it, coz i am quite lousy in PS, dunno how to do merging..

    Quote Originally Posted by bwilly View Post
    #1, but like mentioned, slant n abit underexposed.
    Subject interest seem to be the train rite? take more of the track, than the building.
    Building takes up more than 2/3 of the pic.

    #2, if u want to use it. use this pic, lighten it. Then layer it with another underexpose, meter off for the blue sky. (If u can get it in this hazey day) Merge them together.
    Thanks for the feedback biggulp, will takenote..

    Quote Originally Posted by biggulp View Post
    #1 would be better if the buildings were straight. both shots seem too dark.
    Life is like photography, we develop from the negatives.

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    need to borrow book on CS.
    Kind of cheem to explain here.
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