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    Default A Xmas Tree at Home



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    For your C&C, did some PP in CS2. Taken in a HDB flat (not my house), with all its lights off except the "blinkers". Couldn't get the curtain to align with the walls Still new to DSLR and am willing to learn! On D70, Nikon 18-70mm - was f/3.5 @ 1/3 secs a good choice? I don't have a tripod ( still saving up! )
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    why not try posting your photo for Christmas Tree Contest in RenoTalk.com?

    maybe can win a prize and then can buy your tripod liao?

    Contest page:
    http://www.renotalk.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=6348


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_Yeo View Post
    why not try posting your photo for Christmas Tree Contest in RenoTalk.com?

    maybe can win a prize and then can buy your tripod liao?

    Contest page:
    http://www.renotalk.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=6348


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    renotalk is yours ar? no advertising leh...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    renotalk is yours ar? no advertising leh...
    Nope. Renotalk.com is not mine. I dun own any stake in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_Yeo View Post
    Nope. Renotalk.com is not mine. I dun own any stake in it.
    then whoever post an animated GIF will win... , u can do tat...
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    I like the rustic feel. I think might as well "remove" the curtain to make it give it a more greeting card look
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    I thought this was a greeting card! woo..not bad..
    keep up e good work!

    happy shooting! ^^
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    I thought this was a greeting card! woo..not bad..
    keep up e good work!

    happy shooting! ^^
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    Thanks for your comments guys! Appreciate it!
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    Default Re: A Xmas Tree at Home

    watch the sharpening, lots of white 'halo' appearing around the objects. can afford to remove more space above the tree. one or two reflectors (styrofoam board/big white cardboards) can be used to fill in more light on the presents.

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