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    this is really REALLY good!

    now....i feel inspired to shoot some landscapes....
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    Borrow your thread (since it is abt stunning landscapes).

    Not sure if this was shared here before, but here it is again http://timecatcher.com/

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    I'm giving up photography

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    Quote Originally Posted by ndroo View Post
    I'm giving up photography
    oooo... tell me when u throwing out ur equipment thru the window? i'll wait under ur window for ur stuff...

    but, seriously - these are good stuff! thnx, zaren, for the site!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightwolf75 View Post
    oooo... tell me when u throwing out ur equipment thru the window? i'll wait under ur window for ur stuff...

    I'll throw down the dry cabi 1st ... u wait and catch lo

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    Quote Originally Posted by ndroo View Post
    I'll throw down the dry cabi 1st ... u wait and catch lo
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    Default Re: stunning landscapes

    i need 5d....
    flickr me....
    exposure medium: 30% film, 70% sensor

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    actually, i find that in certain countries, no matter how bad a photographer you are, the landscape photos always turns out nice. must be their clear blue skies and non-hazy weather.

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    oh my...*looks at my landscape*

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    wow, beautiful shots, number 1 looks so fake but still ...

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    lucky them. they have such beautiful landscape shots to start off with.

    sg aka concrete jungle
    random equipment.
    where are my primes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wanzw View Post
    lucky them. they have such beautiful landscape shots to start off with.

    sg aka concrete jungle
    haiz.....foreign countries can even see nice stars, singapore totally grey.

    edit: my favourite is the paradise garden. it looks so.....ahhhh............. relaxing........... feel like just jumping into the stream.
    Last edited by satay16; 7th November 2006 at 10:35 PM.

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    Default Re: stunning landscapes

    Not being an arse or something, most of the pictures are HDR. Lovely stuff though. Thanks for sharing zaren

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    well, some say SG nothing much to shoot, others would argue against it.
    For scenes such as these, a non-tropical climate would offer more opportunities such as those in the links.

    Thanks for Sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyxx88 View Post
    Borrow your thread (since it is abt stunning landscapes).

    Not sure if this was shared here before, but here it is again http://timecatcher.com/

    thx for sharing....marc adamus is also one of the featured photogs in that website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ndroo View Post
    I'm giving up photography

    noooooo!!!!!
    you can buy better gear but you can't buy a better eye

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    any idea what filter was used or post processing for the effects? the colors are stunning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokiemon View Post
    any idea what filter was used or post processing for the effects? the colors are stunning.
    Look under "details" for each photo in the website. camera, lens, film, filters used, post processing details are all described by the photographer.
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    wah damn chio lah the photos! here is pretty much cityscape..

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    wow these are the photos that make you want to pack up your bags and travel the world actually i found out that a lot of the shots were taken with a grad ND filter.

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