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    Hi doom102938

    on the bottom right hand side of each photo page on Flickr, you will see ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

    it will show the name of the cam that you have used for that photo. for the settings, click on the "More Properties".

    Hope this helps.

  2. #22

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    from the way you compose those shots. i think you'll make it good in no time. you just have to learn to use those functions on your cam. shoot more to learn more

  3. #23

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    thanks for the encouragement All Blue.

  4. #24

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    tried to take a cat today instead. LOL


  5. #25

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    would be better to have a closer shot as it is a bit plain. maybe a close-up can give the effect of "sleepyness". yawn, makes me wanna sleep...

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    went to pulau ubin today & managed to capture the beautiful sunset


  7. #27

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    my first attempt at taking insects.





    took this using kit lens.

    comments are welcome

  8. #28

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    Quote Originally Posted by nana77 View Post
    went to pulau ubin today & managed to capture the beautiful sunset

    nice try. you may also want to use landscape format especially for scenery

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    Quote Originally Posted by nana77 View Post
    my first attempt at taking insects.





    took this using kit lens.

    comments are welcome
    it's good to try different genre as a beginner to find out what you are interested in and being good at. for this one, pic 2 has a pleasant composition. for insects, it'll be good to have them enlarged(macro) to illustrate unseen 'beauty'. but this is another set of investment.

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