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    interesting..maybe we should start a series of ground-level shots.

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    be careful ah
    later pple think u voyuer

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    hahah... all i want to achieve is see things from another point of view. Yes its a great idea, we might want to start a series of ground level shots.. might be interesting...
    Of course being mindful of the modesty of others...

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    Quote Originally Posted by siriuslim View Post
    hahah... all i want to achieve is see things from another point of view. Yes its a great idea, we might want to start a series of ground level shots.. might be interesting...
    Of course being mindful of the modesty of others...
    Actually quite curious,
    do you
    1) Lay down on the floor with camera away from floor and shoot
    or
    2) Squat down, and tilt the camera upwards
    or
    3) place the camera complete on the floor, and risk scratching the base of the camera?

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    Default Re: Stand behind the yellow line

    I love the perspective u shot from. Good work!

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    thanks for the comments and encouragement...

    Actually, I squat down and and lay the camera on the floor, slightly tilt it to take this shot..
    I don't think laying down on the MRT platform is a good idea, not because of dirty but do not want to be arrested for "undesirable" act to disrupt the train service.

    My main inspiration is that I quite like the diminishing effect of the train and platform all towards the same horizon point... hahah...

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    nice perspective

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    Quote Originally Posted by siriuslim View Post
    thanks for the comments and encouragement...

    Actually, I squat down and and lay the camera on the floor, slightly tilt it to take this shot..
    I don't think laying down on the MRT platform is a good idea, not because of dirty but do not want to be arrested for "undesirable" act to disrupt the train service.

    My main inspiration is that I quite like the diminishing effect of the train and platform all towards the same horizon point... hahah...

    so you shot out of feeling..........
    and not using sight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by richliow View Post
    so you shot out of feeling..........
    and not using sight?
    yes...shot using feeling...

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    i do this many times as well (shooting from feeling or luck...haha)

    i find that common scenes appear boring to us and we think this wont make an interesting photograph. it's when we try these weird angles and perspectives that we find an interesting composition.

    and shooting w/o composing (ie putting ur cam on the ground and taking a shot) is one of the ways to find a different perspective. the advantage of digital is that you can take a look at the shot right after and make some adjustments on the composition

    oh yea...excellent shot btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by dw2chan View Post
    i do this many times as well (shooting from feeling or luck...haha)

    i find that common scenes appear boring to us and we think this wont make an interesting photograph. it's when we try these weird angles and perspectives that we find an interesting composition.

    and shooting w/o composing (ie putting ur cam on the ground and taking a shot) is one of the ways to find a different perspective. the advantage of digital is that you can take a look at the shot right after and make some adjustments on the composition

    oh yea...excellent shot btw
    Totally agree with you! we share the same thinking.... hope to see your works...

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