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    Default sunlight creeping.

    http://www.pbase.com/image/15270748
    This is one of my first few shots.
    Comments will be greatly appreciated.

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    nice shot.... where did you take this shot?
    what cam u use?

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    Thanks,
    It was taken at Bukit timah on my way to one of the races at around....0745.Taken with a Nikon D100.

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    Nice picture. The only things I want to nitpick on is the small patch of brightly coloured leaves on the lower left hand corner and that this picture could have been taken such that the sunlight shinning at that angle is coming in from the right and shinning on the center instead of having it in the center shinning to the left. That bright patch of leaves on the lower corner is a eye sore despite it's small size (at least for me) I'm wondering if a photoshop job of rendering the rest of the area which is away from the beam of sunlight, black and white would bring out the best in the picture....

    Overall it gives me a warm and humid feeling, and I can imagine the sounds of insects, the rubbing of wings of crickets.....

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    I'll keep your comments in mind and try to work on it a bit more.
    thanks.

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    nice rays of light.. care to share how you did that effect? as in any special filters used?

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    would be better without the lens flare

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    No special filters were used in taking the shot.
    the cam settings are as follows:
    focal length:70mm
    shutter:1/180
    aperture:f7.1
    ISO 200
    Aperture Priority

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