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    Quote Originally Posted by mcn View Post
    tell me about her infamous shot peace
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    I don't have, cause no chance for me to be there.

    maybe even have "Professional TFCD for female models" on the cards.
    or better still... TFDVD and other misc TFs...

    then motto...

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    apologies; please tell me or show me ...


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    wah!! you really got eye don't know who is Tarzan.

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    hey, you cant use the word 'crap'

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    or better still... TFDVD and other misc TFs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    hey, you cant use the word 'crap'

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    oh no, jeanie had joined the dark side!
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    apologies; please tell me or show me ...
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    Woah! You speak with the true voice of a master.

    Which mountain temple did you go to?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    hey, you cant use the word 'crap'

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    another blockbuster coming in.



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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlim View Post
    A lack of emotional intelligence. They do not know how to relate to others.

    Master john, pray tell, how to gain "emotional intelligence"? If I buy a medium format digital camera, will I be able to gain "emotional intelligence"?

    I must gain emotional intelligence, so that I can relate to others, especially cute models you must help me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadpoet View Post
    oh no, jeanie had joined the dark side!
    i'm always on the dark side.

    doesnt pay to be kind, nice, frank, honest, blah.

    havent you god damn learn dp?

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    tku for the link

    wah... now i know what i missing

    hey sion, looking forward to your next big project "The Last Empress of China".


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    Quote Originally Posted by mcn View Post
    apologies; please tell me or show me ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    hey, you cant use the word 'crap'

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    oops.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    i'm always on the dark side.

    doesnt pay to be kind, nice, frank, honest, blah.

    havent you god damn learn dp?
    you can never teach an old dog new tricks ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadpoet View Post
    you can never teach an old dog new tricks ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadpoet View Post
    you can never teach an old dog new tricks ...
    well, such tricks are easy to learn.unless you are a spastic dog, i reckon it shouldnt be a problem for you.

    is it hard showing ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    well, such tricks are easy to learn.unless you are a spastic dog, i reckon it shouldnt be a problem for you.

    is it hard showing ?
    errrr ... trying trying ..... very verrrry ...difficult ....to do

    but is simple as nails
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadpoet View Post
    errrr ... trying trying ..... very verrrry ...difficult ....to do

    but is simple as nails
    dont stagger.u sound like you are doing something taboo in the public toilet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMC View Post
    care to show where you got the idea that digital can do better than film? coz for the last few years up till now, all that I have heard/learned is that digital still cant be equal to film.
    Not, really. I had seen A2 printed photos taken with 6 mega pixels cameras, such as the nikon d100, canon Eos d60, olympus.... in an exhibition a few years ago, when digital cameras were still quite expensive. Those photos were an eye opener! I thought they were taken in film, but they were not. They are as good as film, even better if I would say, not kidding. I didn't have a good impression of digital at that time, but after that exhibition, I am converted.

    The sharpness is there, the color, contrast,......... there is not much to complain about. Of course, with digital, you can adjust many aspect of the photos with a computer and also at the stage of printing which is digital as well (in the old days, all prints were printed manually by those large chemical machines. The colors & exposure of the prints that result depended on a larger extent to the printers' knowledge & expertise in that field. No two printers(human) can produce the same prints with the same exposure & colors.), I think this make up for low resolution of those cameras.

    I have seen somewhere in the web where it is said digital cameras deliver more latitude in terms of contrast. You record more of the highlight and the darkness. But with film, you either have to expose for the light or the dark, it is harder to record with a wider range of tones.

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