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    hmm.. alot of the pics.. PS ? esp the ones with the yellow-orange lights running all over ?


    too small.. maybe larger leh.. i cannot see anything

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    i tink i can see your concept. something to do with light amidst the so-called chaotic life we're facing everyday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sequitur
    hmm.. alot of the pics.. PS ? esp the ones with the yellow-orange lights running all over ?


    too small.. maybe larger leh.. i cannot see anything

    No. I just tweak 2 images contrast to make it slightly darker. The rest I relied on exposure control.
    Last edited by excentrique; 11th August 2003 at 08:54 PM.

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    hmmm dun see no diamonds. but on the other hand....
    "I'm... dreaming... of a wide... angle~
    Just like the ones I used to know~"

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    how did you get the orange lights there then ?


    the concept is nice.. but really too small lah i eye strain...

    i like the 2nd in the series the best.

    as for the rest.. really looks a little underexposed... ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by excentrique

    very nice indeed... been following your shots since Mindef Forums.. always an inspiration

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    Quote Originally Posted by sequitur
    how did you get the orange lights there then ?


    the concept is nice.. but really too small lah i eye strain...

    i like the 2nd in the series the best.

    as for the rest.. really looks a little underexposed... ?

    I did a bulb exposure on a darkbackground with a torch.
    The rest of the picture was meant to be underexposed to reflect the idea of darkness.
    Last edited by excentrique; 12th August 2003 at 12:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by isomers007
    i tink i can see your concept. something to do with light amidst the so-called chaotic life we're facing everyday?
    This piece of work reflects my view on life. Where one sees no diamond, and when even with the sun, the sky still look dark. We create visions in our life (like an imaginery diamond), to give us hopes and the energy to live. Yet a denial facts of life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sequitur
    how did you get the orange lights there then ?


    the concept is nice.. but really too small lah i eye strain...

    i like the 2nd in the series the best.

    as for the rest.. really looks a little underexposed... ?


    Here's another shot of how it did the orange light.

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    mmm… if you can use this to do chinese caligraphy, or perhaps get Tan Swee Hian to hold the light bulb. wah can win world art award leh

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