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    Wow!
    Solid!

    If got use polariser to get better colour, it woubd be better!
    hhehehee
    *Anyway I know that you using laptop,... but still can post a bigger pic! hehhehe

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    Nice!
    Canon Lover :)

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    is this a sun rise? hehehehehe
    where did u take this?

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    Originally posted by Bluestrike
    Wow!
    Solid!

    If got use polariser to get better colour, it woubd be better!
    hhehehee
    *Anyway I know that you using laptop,... but still can post a bigger pic! hehhehe
    hehehehehe

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    Originally posted by zhapchit
    is this a sun rise? hehehehehe
    where did u take this?
    har no lar .. 1+ hr b4 sunset rather ...
    eh think i took this at the 12 apostles ... great ocean road

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    Originally posted by Keito


    har no lar .. 1+ hr b4 sunset rather ...
    eh think i took this at the 12 apostles ... great ocean road
    I was wondering where you took this and what were the dark images to the right of the photos ... until I saw you say it's the 12 apostles.

    just wondering, what type of metering did you take? spot? center? matrix?

    I tried to take photos of a number of sunsets in hawaii and found that if I took spot metering on the sun, I would get a beautiful FULL sun. However, the surrounding sea and scenery would be very very dark and under exposed.

    If I took matrix metering though, the sun would be over exposed and the scenery under exposed.

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    Originally posted by elutris

    just wondering, what type of metering did you take? spot? center? matrix?
    Originally posted by elutris

    I tried to take photos of a number of sunsets in hawaii and found that if I took spot metering on the sun, I would get a beautiful FULL sun. However, the surrounding sea and scenery would be very very dark and under exposed.

    If I took matrix metering though, the sun would be over exposed and the scenery under exposed.
    ah cannot remember hehe, think i used spot metering. I don't have matrix metering. I will give preference to the sun and not to overly expose it.

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    Originally posted by Keito
    wow...nice one....impressed....really....look as though the sun juz exploded...

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    this shot still kinda impresses me =)

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    Great shot! The lighting cld do better though.

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    Originally posted by s0ulofsin
    Great shot! The lighting cld do better though.
    In what ways ?

    Thanx

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    Originally posted by Keito


    In what ways ?

    Thanx
    It's prolly intentional but I find the pic a lil too dark. I'd prolly like it better if it's a lil brighter with better colors.

    I know nuts abt technical skills. LOL Dun ask! :P

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