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    my friend helped me to photoshot my pic...
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    Quote Originally Posted by LOTUSfairy View Post
    my friend helped me to photoshot my pic...

    Hey, just notice your signature. I think you use the wrong word.

    Direct translation of the Chinese character would have to be

    Lotuswizard

    Hahaha

    Please check again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mapper48 View Post
    Just getting your advise then, how should I capture #7 & #8. Must I get the model to move to another location, or can I reposition he camera angle if models are not moving.
    bro, I am not sure if this will help you improve or not, I remember many years ago, my teacher thought me the following "rules" to follow, prior to taking a shot.

    1. Composition
    2. Lighting
    3. Background


    They are in the order of sequence, when you approach a subject, first thing you need to consider is the composition ( how you want the picture to be like ).

    Second, you then study the lighting condition of the environment ( lighting is very important to create the correct type of mood ).

    The final thing which is also very important ( but most people do not practice ) which is the background. Keep the background as clean as possible, if the environment does not permit, then use the largest possible aperture and longest possible lens to blur the background..

    These are not from me, they are words from my teachers...
    hope it helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LOTUSfairy View Post
    my friend helped me to photoshot my pic...
    Nice! One thing i notice abt fairy is that compositionwise is not a prob for her. So while ur fren PP for u, did u pick up the steps and process? Hee... Is ur this fren an admirer of ur eating prowess... WAHHHHAAAA

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    Quote Originally Posted by mapper48 View Post
    Hey, just notice your signature. I think you use the wrong word.

    Direct translation of the Chinese character would have to be

    Lotuswizard

    Hahaha

    Please check again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    Nice! One thing i notice abt fairy is that compositionwise is not a prob for her. So while ur fren PP for u, did u pick up the steps and process? Hee... Is ur this fren an admirer of ur eating prowess... WAHHHHAAAA
    my friend errh..eats 5x my qty...
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    my friend errh..eats 5x my qty...
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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    bro, I am not sure if this will help you improve or not, I remember many years ago, my teacher thought me the following "rules" to follow, prior to taking a shot.

    1. Composition
    2. Lighting
    3. Background


    They are in the order of sequence, when you approach a subject, first thing you need to consider is the composition ( how you want the picture to be like ).

    Second, you then study the lighting condition of the environment ( lighting is very important to create the correct type of mood ).

    The final thing which is also very important ( but most people do not practice ) which is the background. Keep the background as clean as possible, if the environment does not permit, then use the largest possible aperture and longest possible lens to blur the background..

    These are not from me, they are words from my teachers...
    hope it helps.
    Agree 90%. The remaining 10% is challenging against the odds against the lighting and background with the equipment on hand and location. haha... juz a thought...

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrifeYun View Post
    your flen ish GARFIELD ?!?!?!
    no lah....but really, he eats more than all of us.
    whenever my group goes eating...the shop sure lose money one..
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    Quote Originally Posted by LOTUSfairy View Post
    my friend helped me to photoshot my pic...
    u should learn from ur friend not just let him/her help u process ur pic

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    Quote Originally Posted by juste_millieu View Post
    u should learn from ur friend not just let him/her help u process ur pic

    i know leh..but me no time leh...i shall ask him next time..
    this one he saw and pp then send to me one...
    that was nice.
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    who can give me photoshop lessons? i buy dinner
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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    bro, I am not sure if this will help you improve or not, I remember many years ago, my teacher thought me the following "rules" to follow, prior to taking a shot.

    1. Composition
    2. Lighting
    3. Background

    They are in the order of sequence, when you approach a subject, first thing you need to consider is the composition ( how you want the picture to be like ).

    Second, you then study the lighting condition of the environment ( lighting is very important to create the correct type of mood ).

    The final thing which is also very important ( but most people do not practice ) which is the background. Keep the background as clean as possible, if the environment does not permit, then use the largest possible aperture and longest possible lens to blur the background..

    These are not from me, they are words from my teachers...
    hope it helps.
    Thank you very much Kang, will take note of that, hopefully don't forget when it is the crunch time for photo taking. Sometimes speed is the necessary evil to capture first without thinking too much about other things.

    Will take note.

    Lotus, I thought KT wants to give free lesson on Photoshop, when and where ah?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mapper48 View Post
    Thank you very much Kang, will take note of that, hopefully don't forget when it is the crunch time for photo taking. Sometimes speed is the necessary evil to capture first without thinking too much about other things.

    Will take note.

    Lotus, I thought KT wants to give free lesson on Photoshop, when and where ah?
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    huh....jialat...
    Actually your chinese sig is correct...

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