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    Actually it's juz Jurong Bird Park
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    -taken this shot with a long shutter speed (3 seconds i think) w/o mounting a tripod!! Basically i rested my camera onto a wooden railing and was praying for no camera shake
    -My first thought of taking this shot was to show how nature could enhanced and beautified the background of a 'posh' structure.
    Last edited by GummyBerryJuice; 21st June 2007 at 11:12 PM.
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    this pic is not by u?

    for waterfall effect just use a longer shutter speed.

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    it's taken by me....wonder how could the person edit my thread strange....
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    Quote Originally Posted by GummyBerryJuice View Post
    it's taken by me....wonder how could the person edit my thread strange....
    i've merged your short explanation to your first post, why did you edit the first post to remove it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eikin View Post
    i've merged your short explanation to your first post, why did you edit the first post to remove it?
    i didn't realised it could be done that way....how did u do it anyway?? coz it was shown as last edited by you *confused*
    anyway, apologies if i've done something wrong
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    Because he is the moderator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hirowen View Post
    Because he is the moderator.
    oooooh i see....that's y....so sorry abt that eikin
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    Quote Originally Posted by GummyBerryJuice View Post
    oooooh i see....that's y....so sorry abt that eikin
    it's ok

    just make sure you include the writeup required as per guidelines.

    http://clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=273376

    the guidelines are not set to create inconveniences, but they are there to guide every critique seeker to

    1. better understand the picture oneself
    2. better understand the process of critique
    3. facilitate critique givers with the essential information

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    Default Re: Enclosed Sanctuary

    just realised there's a few things to note before posting a pic for critique....thousand apolegies to eikin....so i've edit my first post for a proper critique....
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