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    ilford xp2 400
    pentax espio 140m

    did some fooling around on photoshop
    give some of the people in the class examples of how to use feathering and layers etc.

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    Very good work! I enjoyed the top right and botom left pics. The slight tilt on the tree made it a more interesting shot while the stark white of the boys socks add a nice touch to the leaves...I would suggest getting one of the gals to wear one of those jap socks. Could be more dramatic. Agree?

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    btw
    lol
    the model is a girl!
    hahaha not a boy :P

    but interesting idea... jap socks :P

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    the low angle was a very good touch! Keep up the good work!

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    my eyes are popping out........nice work. and u are tokking bout simi class.......got online lect?

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    thanks sniperd! wah.. now im most encouraged :P hehe im a big fan of your pictures

    kilkenny: erm.. was refering to a photoshop class.. to show them the effects that can be achieved.... glad u like the pictures?

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    Originally posted by eskie
    thanks sniperd! wah.. now im most encouraged :P hehe im a big fan of your pictures

    kilkenny: erm.. was refering to a photoshop class.. to show them the effects that can be achieved.... glad u like the pictures?
    Aiyoh........

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    wah... like that ah forget what i said
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    erm.... ok... sniperd: thanks for ur comments :P

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    Originally posted by eskie
    wah... like that ah forget what i said
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    erm.... ok... sniperd: thanks for ur comments :P
    Me still newbie in taking photographs leh....

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