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    Default Old subject, Beginner's try.

    Taken all the photoes last Saturday night by FM3A, 28mm/70-210mm.

    http://www.pbase.com/weihe2cd/singaporenight

    Tried very hard, but can not load the photoes directly on the page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cd.
    Tried very hard, but can not load the photoes directly on the page.
    ehh you need to pay to link images directly from pbase...

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    what film/scanner did you use? the colours look very rich and saturated...very nice

    and i liked the second shot...interesting and unusual composition of the fullerton with the trees

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    Quote Originally Posted by jiaqi
    what film/scanner did you use? the colours look very rich and saturated...very nice

    and i liked the second shot...interesting and unusual composition of the fullerton with the trees
    I use Kodak Max 400. I want to try a fast film and Kodak Max 400 is the only available in Bedok area.

    The scanner is Cannon flatbed scanner.

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    is there film scanning function on your flatbed scanner ?

    or did you put the printed photograph directly on the scanner and scanned ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSZ
    is there film scanning function on your flatbed scanner ?

    or did you put the printed photograph directly on the scanner and scanned ?
    It is scanned from the printed photograph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cd.
    I use Kodak Max 400. I want to try a fast film and Kodak Max 400 is the only available in Bedok area.

    The scanner is Cannon flatbed scanner.
    Not that bad for a 1st try.. The shot on the padang with the WW2 memorial on the left seem a little over exposed.

    Just curious. Why do u need a fast film for shot like this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by binbeto
    Not that bad for a 1st try.. The shot on the padang with the WW2 memorial on the left seem a little over exposed.

    Just curious. Why do u need a fast film for shot like this?
    Thanks for the comments.

    Before I went to town area, actually, I have no idea what I am going to shoot, so I was thinking maybe I should bring fast film.

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    Hi,

    Like your shot 2.jpg............then one with the trees, very nice composition. Gan batte.

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    Kilkenny
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