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  1. #21

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    better meet up earlier at 645pm cos the action starts at 7pm.


    filter is a must and get some raincoat for your camera equipment!


  2. #22

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    mind if i just come along and take a look? btw, what filter is good for this type of shooting?

    Thanks

  3. #23

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    Quote Originally Posted by weekh View Post
    better meet up earlier at 645pm cos the action starts at 7pm.


    filter is a must and get some raincoat for your camera equipment!

    wow...how u take this shot man??
    how low you place your camera ahhh.....i just scare others would think what i'm shooting when i place my camera that low....hehee

    raincoat and filter ahh....jialat..dunno much haha...
    maybe wont shoot such pix bah...

  4. #24

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotojoy View Post
    Meeting at Tanglin Mall?
    How to get there from Orchard MRT ah?

    All going there from work?
    ya going from work... is it advisable to drive?

  5. #25

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotojoy View Post
    Meeting at Tanglin Mall?
    How to get there from Orchard MRT ah?

    All going there from work?
    Sister. no need to walk, it quite a distance.

    From Orchard MRT, walk to the bus stop behind Wisma, can take bus no. 174, etc, any bus that goes to SBG, British Council. Alight at the bus stop ouside British Council.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 28degree View Post

    raincoat and filter ahh....jialat..dunno much haha...
    No need to bring raincoat lah. If it's raining, we will be taking shelter unless you wanted to get your gear soaked in the rain water.

    As for the filter, it would be good to bring the starburst filter, either 6 or 8 stars type.


    Quote Originally Posted by jasongcp View Post
    ya going from work... is it advisable to drive?
    For those guys who are driving, it is advisable to park your car at thr car park beind Orchard Boulevard. After which, take a bus to Tanglin Mall.

    The reason is that we will be walking down after finishing at Tanglin Mall towards Orchard MRT, and end there, so you can go back to your car easier instead of walking back to Tanglin Mall which is quite a distance.

  7. #27

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    i think i will walk down from orchard mrt. and leave the vehicle home... I'm really worried about the xmas shopping jam.

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    What lens to bring?
    Feeling kinda "ma fan" 'cos going from work.

    USM, how to contact u?
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  9. #29

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    kits lens is more than enough...

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    Tripod a must. The "snow" at Tanglin mall will get yr camera soaked. Advised to at least bring a towel to cover yr gears if dont have rain coat. The soap bubbles is very wet. my shoes are soaked.

  11. #31

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    have to weather-sealed our equipments....

  12. #32

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    Hi everyone,

    I'll try to join you for the Christmas shoot. Trying to get my tripod back by today or tmr...

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    You think flash is required for this shoot?
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  14. #34

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    Can't wait.... anyway how to contact USM or recognise you guys? I first timer

  15. #35

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasongcp View Post
    Can't wait.... anyway how to contact USM or recognise you guys? I first timer
    Check our PM.

  16. #36

    Default FIRE at TANGS tonight

    Just thought I'd update in case you were thinking of shooting the splendid lights display at Tangs.

    There was some kind of short or failure and a fire broke out. The MAIN lights on the entire facade was off when I got there and the acrid smell of burnt stuff was still in the air. The lights on the lower columns are still working though.

    Hope they can be up and running by tomorrow so you can shoot more!

    Have fun with your shoot guys - pity I can;t make it.

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