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    I was free on last Sunday (30th March 2003) and joined the outing with Sebastian, Richard and the company. It was a beautiful day with clear blue sky. Below are some of my scenery shots taken with wide angle lens + Circular Polariser as follows:


    Shutter speed: 1/125 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    ISO: 100


    Shutter speed: 1/250 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    ISO: 100


    Shutter speed: 1/60 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    ISO: 100


    Shutter speed: 1/60 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    ISO: 100


    Shutter speed: 1/50 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    ISO: 100
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    hi,

    first post here though i've been reading some of the posts.

    megaweb, i like ur first shot although it might be better if the horizon weren't tilted..

    shot 2 is quite intriguing too, kinda like the clouds are all rushing over to where the buildings are...

    i took a couple of shots of the beautiful sky on sunday too...in b/w with my red filter, hope they turn out as nice too?

    cheers

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    Originally posted by Scorp
    hi,

    first post here though i've been reading some of the posts.

    megaweb, i like ur first shot although it might be better if the horizon weren't tilted..

    shot 2 is quite intriguing too, kinda like the clouds are all rushing over to where the buildings are...

    i took a couple of shots of the beautiful sky on sunday too...in b/w with my red filter, hope they turn out as nice too?

    cheers
    Thanks for the comments

    I have corrected the slanted horizon for the 1st shot
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    I think Megaweb got sick of the nature photography already.


    Joking, joking ahh!!


    Cheers.

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    Originally posted by megaweb
    Thanks for the comments

    I have corrected the slanted horizon for the 1st shot
    may be u should invest in a geared head and a lens that can correct perspective...so that the building at two sides will not look slanted

    I have a geared head and it is really great for landscape...except that it is rather "huge"
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    No.4's nicee....

    Very "chuang shi ji" feeling.....
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    yes, it was a beautiful sunday, wasnt it? the blue was very blue and the clouds were scant. nice pics, like the perspectives, loved the skies! keep going!

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    The fourth shot is very enchanting. I can stare at it for a long time without feeling tired. Great work, mega. Keep them coming.

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    From the works shown here, it goes on to say there's no need to upgrade from a D60.

    It's the skill and practising of good techniques that really matters...

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    Originally posted by Wai
    may be u should invest in a geared head and a lens that can correct perspective...so that the building at two sides will not look slanted

    I have a geared head and it is really great for landscape...except that it is rather "huge"
    nah.... that geared head is too troublesome that i got bruised hands from using it.

    nice pics, mega. the sky looks very dramatic.

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    I like no.4 da best. It has a certain warmness in da color. Da cloud in da background strecth diagonally across. Very nice.
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    I like the effective use of the sky to make the shots dramatic. Good work. But after looking through all the photos, I get a giddy feeling from 'looking skywards' for too long.. is it just me or what??

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