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    Default Sentosa View

    Here's one shot I took at Sentosa...

    Last edited by siron; 18th March 2002 at 02:07 AM.

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    this one is nice...very well balanced colour and exposure...

    but...will be better if it is not slanted?

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    My Tripod... cannot make it. haha. Gonna get one soon!!!! any recommandations??

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    Originally posted by siron
    My Tripod... cannot make it. haha. Gonna get one soon!!!! any recommandations??
    around $50- Slik U6600 or U8000
    around $150 - Manfrotto 190B + 308RC ball head <-much durable and stable

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    Originally posted by kamwai
    this one is nice...very well balanced colour and exposure...

    but...will be better if it is not slanted?
    Thot the clock looks a bit overexposed.

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    Originally posted by kamwai


    around $50- Slik U6600 or U8000
    around $150 - Manfrotto 190B + 308RC ball head <-much durable and stable

    i got the 190pro(B) and the 168 ball head for $220
    on last sat

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    Originally posted by copland


    Thot the clock looks a bit overexposed.
    how then? think if I lower the shuttle more it;s too much...
    hahah the art of photography...not easy. Learning learning

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    I think you should use Ps to level it horizontally. its a nice pic

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    Originally posted by siron


    how then? think if I lower the shuttle more it;s too much...
    hahah the art of photography...not easy. Learning learning
    can one lah, play around with ur manual settings and take a few shots of the same thing to learn.

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    Originally posted by copland


    Thot the clock looks a bit overexposed.

    ya...upon a 2nd look, it is a bit overexposed....forgot that i like to set my monitor brightness to below average, cos i dun want to burn out the phorpous so fast...no $$ for another 21" now...


    now i am viewing from the school computer...and it indeed a bit overexposed...

    but sometimes, i think it is difficult to control cos the LCD screen is small and the clock is small too...what i will do is to adjust the brightness in my Digital Darkroom (aka. Photoshop)
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