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    Well, you definately got our attention. You can put away the camera and the lenses now .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    u got gif birth b4 ar? or u athelete? stretch marks... or u initial D racer ar?
    i think it's cellulite.maybe not stretch marks...or are they the same?

    ortega, my car?dream on lah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    i think it's cellulite.maybe not stretch marks...or are they the same?

    ortega, my car?dream on lah.
    dunno leh, u need me to check for you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wisp View Post
    Well, you definately got our attention. You can put away the camera and the lenses now .
    comon brudders.i like to mix with you guys.cos i learnt alot from CS....really.

    of course, there are professional trolls like DP warned me.but, they are in my ignore list.

    essentially, it's becos of photography and that's why i'm in here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    dunno leh, u need me to check for you?
    dont be so yilishenxianish!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    dont be so yilishenxianish!
    diff lah... my checking method more comfortable...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    not entirely true.
    i love photography.just that, i also LOVE to have the good equipment in order to help me achieve the shots i want.
    check out my animal threads in nature.especially about the meerkats.

    you think a pns can achieve such shots?no friggin way.

    if i'm really into equipments(100%), i'll surely get ALL the nikon lens.i simply love nikon.
    wish they make gstrings too!
    This was taken on a 5 year old p&s (Olympus 3030 or something like that).
    Seems alright.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    only i can call myself bitch ok?
    LOL

    so how?give your critque lei...this is a flame bait thread u know?it's meant for your deadpoet's kind of super anal comments!

    i simply love you DP!
    But still, really don't care who can call you a bitch, that does not stop me from loving bitches

    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    Now, this picture! What can I say ... this tops everything I had seen regarding amputation. We had been treated with lots of limbs being chopped off, but jeanie here tops them all, a beheading! Damn unflattering and painful for the model.

    Lighting is also flat and boring. The shadow to the side is distracting, and made the picture looks amateurish.

    Oh well, not sure if it's transh can material. If the composition shows a bit more legs, maybe it's a marginal keeper, right not, really no reason to waste storage space on your hard disc.

    One thing going for it though, the model does get your imagination going ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadpoet View Post
    But still, really don't care who can call you a bitch, that does not stop me from loving bitches



    Now, this picture! What can I say ... this tops everything I had seen regarding amputation. We had been treated with lots of limbs being chopped off, but jeanie here tops them all, a beheading! Damn unflattering and painful for the model.

    Lighting is also flat and boring. The shadow to the side is distracting, and made the picture looks amateurish.

    Oh well, not sure if it's transh can material. If the composition shows a bit more legs, maybe it's a marginal keeper, right not, really no reason to waste storage space on your hard disc.

    One thing going for it though, the model does get your imagination going ....
    DP, u never say about the distortion... see the top so heavy, legs getting smaller...
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    My dear... I really love reading your thread, especially your remarks on DP and yilishenxian.

    Looking on your collection of the lenses, think you are more into portraiture photography, maybe one of these days, I would invite you to join me in some portraiture shoot, then we can share and learn some knowledge together. :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    i simply love nikon. wish they make gstrings too!
    That can be arranged ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    DP, u never say about the distortion... see the top so heavy, legs getting smaller...
    no need, got to leave something for you to trash mah
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    DP, u never say about the distortion... see the top so heavy, legs getting smaller...
    i think that was intentional
    good use of perspective to enhance image

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    a p&s camera can do wonders, it depends if you have the skill to use it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega View Post
    i think that was intentional
    good use of perspective to enhance image
    i love lace, but she cover too much liao, since in this perspective, should at least remove the ribbon...
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    what top heavy?my boobies?
    or my equipment?

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    u guys got me wrong on pns.

    i mean, for the same meerkat i shot.u think a pns can do that?for the same situation, same scene?
    bokeh?no way
    focal length to reach meerkat?no way

    this is a endless argument.comon.if pns can replace Dslr, what's this forum started for?
    instead of cs, should be pns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadpoet View Post
    But still, really don't care who can call you a bitch, that does not stop me from loving bitches



    Now, this picture! What can I say ... this tops everything I had seen regarding amputation. We had been treated with lots of limbs being chopped off, but jeanie here tops them all, a beheading! Damn unflattering and painful for the model.

    Lighting is also flat and boring. The shadow to the side is distracting, and made the picture looks amateurish.

    Oh well, not sure if it's transh can material. If the composition shows a bit more legs, maybe it's a marginal keeper, right not, really no reason to waste storage space on your hard disc.

    One thing going for it though, the model does get your imagination going ....

    DP!really love your comments....LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    u guys got me wrong on pns.

    i mean, for the same meerkat i shot.u think a pns can do that?for the same situation, same scene?
    bokeh?no way
    focal length to reach meerkat?no way

    this is a endless argument.comon.if pns can replace Dslr, what's this forum started for?
    instead of cs, should be pns.
    focal lenght can be done

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega View Post
    focal lenght can be done

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