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    Very interesting shot. I like it.

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    Originally posted by Falcon
    Very interesting shot. I like it.
    Thanks, actually my colleague taught me how to do that.
    So did you made any trip to AH yesterday since it didn't rain in the afternoon?
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    Nope. Weather kind of bad over my place.

    Originally posted by majere2sg
    Thanks, actually my colleague taught me how to do that.
    So did you made any trip to AH yesterday since it didn't rain in the afternoon?

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    Originally posted by Falcon
    Nope. Weather kind of bad over my place.
    Too bad, maybe you can have some shots today ?
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    how u did that shot ?

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    Originally posted by dennislim
    how u did that shot ?
    8 seconds shutter speed.
    start at 100mm, zoom in to 135mm on 2nd second pass,
    zoom in to 200mm on 4th second passed,
    zoom in to 300mm on 6th second passed, basically just followed the numbers in my zoom lens. But my zoom lens zoom ring is not so smooth, so tends to shake the tripod a bit when I zoomed in.
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    haha
    the technique is really called "zoom explosion" and can only be done on SLRs with interchangeable lenses. adjust the speed of the explosion to get different kinds of effects... correct me if i'm wrong.


    maj .. i seriously think this technique applied during the day is better.. uh.. coz lots of lights then they tend to get captured all the time.. then quite messy image IMO.

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    Neat effect. Gives a kinda 3-Dish effect, especially to the 'Riverside Point' neon lighting.

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