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    Some photos from this morning's outing. Some newbie shots, hope you like them.




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    Some more




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    Haiyah, realised that the photos cannot be viewed here, not sure why also. Anyway, you can check this link.

    http://www.shutterfly.com/view/pictures.jsp
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    Pretty disappointed with myself!Out of 65,only 20 pics made it!
    Guess I should cut myself some slack for my first Macro outing.Need more practice!
    Some of the pics that escaped the cut:







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    A few more:










    Will be posting the rest on my photoblog later.
    Last edited by Joywalker; 6th April 2007 at 05:32 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joywalker View Post
    i am impressed by what the canon 100 macro can do.
    oh yea, 20 pics is better than none

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    oh wowo....very nice

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    wow, tats really fantastic already.......all my shots are rather blurr and dull.......dunno why also, maybe my skills not good.....
    i am using sigma 70-300APO for the macro shots, effects turn out not really nice......
    after viewing the full size of the dragonfly on monitor it seem to be very blurr, cant see the eyes pixals of the fly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggodetucsamoht View Post
    wow, tats really fantastic already.......all my shots are rather blurr and dull.......dunno why also, maybe my skills not good.....
    i am using sigma 70-300APO for the macro shots, effects turn out not really nice......
    after viewing the full size of the dragonfly on monitor it seem to be very blurr, cant see the eyes pixals of the fly!
    Don't be disheartened bro. Try again another day. The Sigma 70-300mm APO is an under-rated lens and I have seen some very nice shots taken with it. I've got 1 too. Maybe can post a few pictures to let us see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joywalker View Post
    Pretty disappointed with myself!Out of 65,only 20 pics made it!
    Guess I should cut myself some slack for my first Macro outing.Need more practice!
    Some of the pics that escaped the cut:




    These are very nice. Thanks for organizing the outing, sis.
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    Thanks for all your kind words.
    No good means no good.
    Really.Biang,got to try harder next time!
    I need a good tripod!!

    Sure! If got time,I'll arrange another outing soon!
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    Hi Joywalker,

    Nice meeting you and rest of photographers ! after u went off.. a few of us lost our way in BG...

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    Quote Originally Posted by piglet_oinkoink View Post
    Hi Joywalker,

    Nice meeting you and rest of photographers ! after u went off.. a few of us lost our way in BG...


    hehehe really? thought you guys were looking at chiobu!
    Probably that's why you all lost yr way!!

    Nice meeting you guys too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ggodetucsamoht View Post
    wow, tats really fantastic already.......all my shots are rather blurr and dull.......dunno why also, maybe my skills not good.....
    i am using sigma 70-300APO for the macro shots, effects turn out not really nice......
    after viewing the full size of the dragonfly on monitor it seem to be very blurr, cant see the eyes pixals of the fly!


    bro u try manual focus next time .. i got good result from doing that

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    sian sian................

    maybe i should try harder next time..........
    lets plan for another outing, this time lets go to ubin, sentosa or kusu to take some offshores shots............maybe those place got ladybirds..........haha

    thomas
    Last edited by ggodetucsamoht; 7th April 2007 at 12:20 PM.

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    can I join? Newbie here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kanni View Post
    can I join? Newbie here...
    Sure! Just watch out 'Macro Shooting' in the Gathering & Outing thread.
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    Joywalker, I like your white lotus flower, green leaf and pink dragonfly photos. May I know if you took a monopod/tripod?
    Too bad I could not join you folks. Next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thw View Post
    Joywalker, I like your white lotus flower, green leaf and pink dragonfly photos. May I know if you took a monopod/tripod?
    Too bad I could not join you folks. Next time.
    Thanks!
    Funny thing is I did bring my tripod along but I didn't use it.
    Those pictures were all taken using handheld.Let me tell you,it wasn't easy.
    Guess I was lucky to get those.
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    some of mine...unprocessed...not macro lens though
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