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    Quote Originally Posted by LOTUSfairy View Post
    nice nice...how did u get your pixs the correct lighting.?
    mine was very dark..(well, i was quite far away from them).
    what lens did u use? thanks..
    i guessing they all using 70-200 f2.8 lens ba...what lens you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by westwest1 View Post
    i guessing they all using 70-200 f2.8 lens ba...what lens you using?
    f5.6 was good enough for the event...
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    f5.6 was good enough for the event...
    lots of motion blur..

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    On purpose...panning shot.. and is not easy to capture. No flash btw.


    Quote Originally Posted by Lenscapes View Post
    lots of motion blur..

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    Quote Originally Posted by +evenstar View Post
    f5.6 was good enough for the event...
    The lighting was not even at certain spots, so it largely depends on where you're located at, at the main audience stands (area 1, area 2) the lighting was more than sufficient to shoot at f5.6 and lower iso, but other locations was pretty bad...need f2.8 and iso 800 and above to get useable shutter speeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garion View Post
    The lighting was not even at certain spots, so it largely depends on where you're located at, at the main audience stands (area 1, area 2) the lighting was more than sufficient to shoot at f5.6 and lower iso, but other locations was pretty bad...need f2.8 and iso 800 and above to get useable shutter speeds.
    Agree. Have problems getting a good decent shot. Lots of noise in my pictures as I have to use ISO 1000.

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    Default Re: CHINGAY 2007 - Parade of Dreams

    Same situation as with Cesoon.

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    It is always difficult to have moving shots at open areas especially at night without flash. The challenge will then be the person holding the camera and the camera itself... How to get a good shot?


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    Your shot kind of blur but I was reading Sunday Straits Times and found out that the pics are blur too!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    It is always difficult to have moving shots at open areas especially at night without flash. The challenge will then be the person holding the camera and the camera itself... How to get a good shot?


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    It will not be easy to capture beautiful static shot unless the subject is static with enough lighting, using high ISO, use flash if the subject is quite close, use big aperture lens & use VR camera or lens. Almost all shots require handheld as all are moving objects with high and low angle shots.
    Basically, it is quite a challenge on taking night moving object or people..also you need to potrait the people is moving as this will convey the message across the viewer. Static picture may look clear but it don't have the sense of movement.

    Quote Originally Posted by yipdanny View Post
    Your shot kind of blur but I was reading Sunday Straits Times and found out that the pics are blur too!




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    Default Re: CHINGAY 2007 - Parade of Dreams

    These pics are taken when the floats visited the heartland areas.. My virgin pic post..






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    Default Re: CHINGAY 2007 - Parade of Dreams

    Quote Originally Posted by LOTUSfairy View Post
    nice nice...how did u get your pixs the correct lighting.?
    mine was very dark..(well, i was quite far away from them).
    what lens did u use? thanks..
    i was right in front of them...brought the wrong lens cause expecting to be far from the performers...so can see that all is half body shot...I use the lens with a red rubber band on it...hehe..

    I push the ISO up to 800 and using f2.8 all the way...use flash to fill in but of course u need to control ur flash, if nt will be overexpose...
    Last edited by cherkel; 26th February 2007 at 09:45 PM.
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    [QUOTE=mfbatzap;2870208]These pics are taken when the floats visited the heartland areas.. My virgin pic post..




    Use panning method for this picture..it will be better.

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    Get Nikon 28mm f1.4, problem solved.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    It will not be easy to capture beautiful static shot unless the subject is static with enough lighting, using high ISO, use flash if the subject is quite close, use big aperture lens & use VR camera or lens. Almost all shots require handheld as all are moving objects with high and low angle shots.
    Basically, it is quite a challenge on taking night moving object or people..also you need to potrait the people is moving as this will convey the message across the viewer. Static picture may look clear but it don't have the sense of movement.







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    Dan what lens did u use ?
    头可断,血可流,倩女不可不追求 carpe diem,when in doubt, hoot first,apologise later:p GALLERY

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    With Sigma 30mm f1.4, problem also solved la.

    But when come to suggestion, always suggest the best!


    Quote Originally Posted by eow View Post
    Dan what lens did u use ?
    Last edited by yipdanny; 26th February 2007 at 10:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yipdanny View Post
    Get Nikon 28mm f1.4, problem solved.
    How about yours? Should be better then mine if you are using F1.4...

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    Got very clear & sharp pics with lots of heads + pns camera + cisco police + the rest! The conclusion, bad picture.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    How about yours? Should be better then mine if you are using F1.4...

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    Like this pics. Pity that some heads infront blocking.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post

    Last edited by yipdanny; 26th February 2007 at 10:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yipdanny View Post
    Got very clear & sharp pics with lots of heads + pns camera + cisco police + the rest! The conclusion, bad picture.
    Share with us loh..cannot be all no good wht?

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