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    The timing a bit difficult cos.....either i snapped too slow or fast, or there will be people passing by~~~~~~

    anyway.....after taking like 50 odds......i guess, i got this^_^
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    kewl shot!

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    Nice timing but I just hate the background. Nothing much could be done though, been there many times and know there is nothing much you could have done about the background.

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    Like this alot.
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    wah matrix siah...
    "I'm... dreaming... of a wide... angle~
    Just like the ones I used to know~"

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    REmind mi of this show where they try to enter another dimension.. the kind of wavy effect in the air......

    Great shot!

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    ya...true, i actually tot of editing the background........but...er...too big of a process ^^+...so no choice.
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    nice work indeed. perhaps a larger aperture to reduce the DOF will help.

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    Wow! Well done!
    Very good effect!

    Have not seen you post recently...
    =)

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    Originally posted by kitaah
    nice work indeed. perhaps a larger aperture to reduce the DOF will help.
    is it? but tot it will only made the side a bit soft??
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    Originally posted by Zplus
    Wow! Well done!
    Very good effect!

    Have not seen you post recently...
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    busy with projects and exams.......last week then holiday^^+........but busy watching vcds...haha
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    Ah... enjoying life....
    Any good show?

    Btw, the wall of water effect is good. Looks like some sort of special effects (force field??). And the 2 tentacles of water is amazing...

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    like ripple?^^

    watching "she diao ying xiong zhuang" and "yi tian tu long ji" .....drama^^
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    Originally posted by digi~ET
    is it? but tot it will only made the side a bit soft??
    At say f/5.6 the background will be blur and less distractinng to the water splash.

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    oh..tot F5.6 not really big...i used 4.5 i think
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    Prefer digi's effect.... seems like a cross dimensional doorway!

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    like portal?^^

    just wondering...how come ledmirage's water a bit wavy wavy one??? how they do that??
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    SUPER!!!

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    thankx all ^^ so happy, think the first time i feel my pic is so..er.."ken ding" by all^_^
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