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    Default Reminiscence* (Infrared)



    Taken with Sony H2 and Hoya R72 filter
    Exposure: 2.5 sec (5/2)
    Aperture: f/3.5
    ISO: 80

    Please feel free to comment, especially on composition and post-processing. Anything goes!

    Was taken at Kallang Basin area, more towards the Lavender side already.

    Thanks!

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    doesn't quite work for me. i can see the contrast between the simple life (bike, coconut tree) vs the modern bz life (high rise buildings in the bg), but i feel the composition of the pic should be further simplified to be more effective.

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    Meaning less elements?

    I think that's what you mean, if that's so, I get it.. For that setting, this was as simple as it gets though, I took about 20+ from different angles, haha. Maybe some other place, it would be possible.

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    I feel that if it was an old-school bicycle in the picture instead of a mountain bike then it might have more impact.. perhaps bike leaning against the tree?

    just my 2c..

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    exposure adjust abit. seems too dark or maybe it's my monitor
    teerex showed me the power of autolevels and exposure controls heehee
    try it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by chewraisins View Post
    I feel that if it was an old-school bicycle in the picture instead of a mountain bike then it might have more impact.. perhaps bike leaning against the tree?

    just my 2c..
    Definitely! =D

    Thanks for the comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gangeslim View Post
    exposure adjust abit. seems too dark or maybe it's my monitor
    teerex showed me the power of autolevels and exposure controls heehee
    try it out
    Hahaha, ya, I always use autolevels now.. But sometimes it tends to like to put certain things too white.. So I don't use it on all the IR stuff.

    Exposure controls? Hrm. Must go and look at my PS, not sure what exactly you mean. =D

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