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    Hi all,

    Yest went to Esplanade area to take pictures......here's a panorama pic i got from joining six pictures i took from sheares bridge...comments is very much appreciated.


    Panorama Pictures

    Cheers
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    Hiya Kilkenny!

    Very nice!

    Question 1: Did you pan your camera on tripod from one location or did you take from different locations on Sheare's?

    Question 2: Did you know you left out on of the 3 tall buildings? I call them the 3 fingers... campared with your other pictures...

    Overall, I felt the composition is good!

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    Nice one! Well exposed. But i wished i could see the architectures on the left side too.

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    nice! keep up the good work!!

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    Hi everyone,

    thanks for all your comments.

    Azone: i thot i got the extreme most left liaoz. Photoworthy
    buildings tt is ....if i didn rem wrongly think to the left
    some more are buildings under construction....but now tt
    Ecclesiasm pointed out my boo boo......i not so sure

    Ecclesiasm : Ans 1 : i took all from the same spot
    Ans 2 : I MUST HAVE.........thanks for pointing it
    out ....must haved missed a pic somewhere


    Nosai : thanks

    cheers
    kilkenny

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    Good! Simply amazing. Can share what is the setting?

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    Found the missing building hehehe and put it in place (pun not intended) , anymore missing buildings ?? Ecclesiasm must be a champion at spotting the difference...hehehe

    CORRECTED PICTURES


    Cheers Kilkenny

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    Nice job, kilkenny.
    Did you use your Panasonic F1 to take those?

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    Yupz lolc........and loving every minute of it .......really dig the leica lens.......dun think i will settle for another hhehehe waiting for the next offering from panasonic hopefully its a prosumer or a DSLR

    Cheers
    Kilkenny

    ps : glad to find another DMC-F1 user
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    find the photo alittle bit over exposed .... eg the fullerton buildings .... jus my 2 cent : )

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    Heehehehe everyones entittled to their own opinion, thanks for the comments anyway

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by kilkenny
    Found the missing building hehehe and put it in place (pun not intended) , anymore missing buildings ?? Ecclesiasm must be a champion at spotting the difference...hehehe

    CORRECTED PICTURES


    Cheers Kilkenny
    Relpy a bit slow, but hoped I had helped!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouL81
    find the photo alittle bit over exposed .... eg the fullerton buildings .... jus my 2 cent : )
    Actually, there are different timing to take evening shots. If it is after sunset, if you set focus range to infinity, the shutter may have to be compensated a bit longer and hence the areas which have bright lights, such as the fullerton, may come out burnt or looked overexposed. Otherwise, you will not get to see the details in the less lit areas. This is also why you see that in the shot from the Esplanade, you get to see the buildings nicely, but the logos (like HSBC, Maybank, etc) are all burnt out and just a blob of brightly lit color.

    If you're looking for a clearly visible architecture of the fullerton or any other brightly lit area, the best way to overcome is to go take the shot before the sun has set. Right about 6.45pm till 7.15pm are probably the best time when the sky is still pale blueish or when there's still sufficient natural light to illuminate. After the sun has set, the other way is to use a slow-sync fill-flash (some con/prosumer cameras have these feature).


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    eh, this has probably been asked many times. but er...pardon me.
    how do we actually get up there?

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