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    nope... dun have photoshop
    but i did some slight pp with iphoto such as playing with contrast, brightness, levels and cropping...
    Anyway Thanks that u enjoyed the photos!!
    D80,18-135mm kit, 85 mm f1.8, sb900.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jkuean View Post
    hey thanks for all the help, i'll be going down tomorrow down.. hope to cya there and wish me the best of luck! (ps this is the first event that i would be covering!)
    Wow, not bad, you got some nice shots!

    I am also surprised it was well lit enough for you to shoot with such low ISO. Noticed that 400-800 was the max you used and mostly it was lower than that when shooting with your fast prime.

    I might get to shoot there some day and was wondering if my 135 f/2.0 was fast enough, now I know it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sloth View Post
    Wow, not bad, you got some nice shots!

    I am also surprised it was well lit enough for you to shoot with such low ISO. Noticed that 400-800 was the max you used and mostly it was lower than that when shooting with your fast prime.

    I might get to shoot there some day and was wondering if my 135 f/2.0 was fast enough, now I know it is.

    hey thanks!
    I noe there thats alot of pics, but if u dun mind me asking, wads ur favourite shot?
    any general tips for me to improve?
    D80,18-135mm kit, 85 mm f1.8, sb900.
    My Flicker : http://www.flickr.com/photos/27466187@N06/sets/

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkuean View Post
    hey thanks!
    I noe there thats alot of pics, but if u dun mind me asking, wads ur favourite shot?
    any general tips for me to improve?
    They are all generally good so it is hard to pick a particular one but I think the composition of this one, plus the dramatic lighting, stands out to me:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/2746618...7605544760713/

    This one is good for giving prospective shooters an overview of what the place looks like. I like the perspective - good use of the wide angle. I am tempted to try that one in fisheye, but I have mixed opinions of buying a fisheye for one shot
    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3282/...26f013.jpg?v=0

    I was at TRCC a few months back but the speech I attended was delivered with full lighting, so I had no idea how it would look like in low light.

    Are you from RP?

  5. #25

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    Thanks for the compliment!
    Nope, i not from rp, i was there to shoot my school musical which was in the TRCC...
    anyway, u can always go rent a fisheye if u really want the shot, need not buy it now wad..
    Last edited by jkuean; 16th June 2008 at 11:29 PM.
    D80,18-135mm kit, 85 mm f1.8, sb900.
    My Flicker : http://www.flickr.com/photos/27466187@N06/sets/

  6. #26

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkuean View Post
    Thanks for the compliment!
    Nope, i not from rp, i was there to shoot my school musical which was in the TRCC...
    anyway, u can always go rent a fisheye if u really want the shot, need not buy it now wad..
    Ahh......great idea

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