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    Quote Originally Posted by dOlBy View Post
    POOR THING!

    u win liao


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    Quote Originally Posted by nakashimamika View Post
    allo butties
    yesh buttie

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    I spotted the 2 demons doing something funny...

    hello KT,
    u use liquidfy to do this ?
    veri interesting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dOlBy View Post
    Yes I did use CPL, now I learnt my lesson should use GND thanks Billy.
    well, it is again, not easy to use GND for pano also, I have experience that GND normally creates heavy vignetting to the individual shots. Hence, while trying to stitch them together, it is going to be very tough job.. unless you crop alot...

    Personally , I have never tried GND and stitch them together

    This shot is already very powerful, mainly because of the curves on the mountains and beautiful shadows ( very precise exposure you captured )

    Personally, I will not use GND for this shot also.
    hmmm.... most likely, I will bracket the shots and use a slightly slower shutter instead. I guess by using slower shutter, like about 10secs, to achieve this timing in bright day light, you will need a something like ND8.....Then, the clouds will start to move.. that will further add some drama effect to the shot.. more power...

    just personal
    Billy
    Last edited by lkkang; 28th October 2008 at 11:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juste_millieu View Post
    sut this when is comes to end
    got the feeling, but do take note of the bottom right corner. Bit distracting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simpleliving View Post
    got the feeling, but do take note of the bottom right corner. Bit distracting.
    o didnt notice that... will ps is away. tq buttie

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    Default Re: Tang Shooters XLVIII: TCSS Thread...

    Quote Originally Posted by juste_millieu View Post
    sut this when is comes to end
    bery gotch fweeling


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    Quote Originally Posted by airforce1 View Post
    This is best shots. Do you have the wider shots. This is real closeup. You are improving alots brother.
    Thanks Ah Bang, I dun have a wider shot from this angle but another angle.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    well, it is again, not easy to use GND for pano also, I have experience that GND normally creates heavy vignetting to the individual shots. Hence, while trying to stitch them together, it is going to be very tough job.. unless you crop alot...

    Personally , I have never tried GND and stitch them together

    This shot is already very powerful, mainly because of the curves on the mountains and beautiful shadows ( very precise exposure you captured )

    Personally, I will not use GND for this shot also.
    hmmm.... most likely, I will bracket the shots and use a slightly slower shutter instead. I guess by using slower shutter, like about 10secs, to achieve this timing in bright day light, you will need a something like ND8.....Then, the clouds will start to move.. that will further add some drama effect to the shot.. more power...

    just personal
    Billy
    Ok I get it moving clouds with ND8 Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dOlBy View Post
    POOR THING!

    This is solid..... ...
    ~ A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you the less you know. ~

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    Default Re: Tang Shooters XLVIII: TCSS Thread...

    Quote Originally Posted by juste_millieu View Post
    sut this when is comes to end
    Got feel!

    Quote Originally Posted by simpleliving View Post
    hello KT,
    u use liquidfy to do this ?
    veri interesting...
    Ya liquify!~

    Quote Originally Posted by dOlBy View Post
    Thanks Ah Bang, I dun have a wider shot from this angle but another angle.

    WOW!!

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    where was the shots taken? very awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dOlBy View Post
    Thanks Ah Bang, I dun have a wider shot from this angle but another angle.

    how long did the snake take to kill and eat the lizard?
    carbonmade
    mαke.believe

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    Quote Originally Posted by juste_millieu View Post
    sut this when is comes to end
    like 2 ex's meeting for the first time in a long time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Royaux View Post
    how long did the snake take to kill and eat the lizard?
    I didn't wait for it to swallow the chameleon, very difficult to take pictures when you are travelling with non-photogs friend they just keep on moving to another place and will not wait for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    FWAH!!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by zaxh81 View Post
    u win liao
    Quote Originally Posted by part0 View Post
    This is solid..... ...
    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    WOW!!
    Thanks guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dOlBy View Post
    POOR THING!

    This is good enough for competition!

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    Default Re: Tang Shooters XLVIII: TCSS Thread...

    Quote Originally Posted by sprintist View Post
    where was the shots taken? very awesome!
    Taken at Butterfly Park in Cameron Highland.

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    Went to shoot my cousin wedding casually last sun with my new cam, basically still figuring out how to use it. hope i didnt make too much errors :X

    The following are some shots i like, butties c&c welcome =)


    Tying up the flower wrist band


    she's done with the make up


    calling the groom


    loving


    the loving teddies

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    #4 wins, #2 prob, u may use f/4 rather than f/2.8, cos of her 10carat diamond necklace...
    Last edited by gglankie; 29th October 2008 at 01:05 AM.

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