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    Quote Originally Posted by seefei View Post
    The group photo session took longer than usual due to the big turnout and some late (with apology) comers. Thanks to FW who was so patient with all of us...



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    Quote Originally Posted by OPERA58 View Post
    some shot from me.

    Thanks to all Happy New Year
    Nice shot. You should post more

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baracus View Post
    In Living Colour
    Nice series again, Baracus. Really love them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P3ntx View Post
    Feng Wei, your films protrait rocks ....very good

    Films is still damn good. esp the france family protraits.
    Quote Originally Posted by airconvent View Post
    The lovely lady is taken already but I'll have the K-M please!

    Goodness Fengwei, you intentionally let your battery die so you can take that series of street shots, right? Even though I was with you and See Fei, I have yet to learn to overcome my fear of taking pictures of people. there was this little girl held by her father, I tried to take them from behind when she looked backwards. Followed them for 10m but the girl did not turn around again..sigh...
    Quote Originally Posted by fliplock View Post
    Nonetheless, FW's shots VERY GOOD! make me go
    Thanks for your nice comments. Although I still enjoy shooting digital more, sometimes shooting film is quite fun too. But I think next time I'd still use a manual camera. W/ auto camera, I probably will get more shots easily, but I just don't have the feel of shooting film

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    Quote Originally Posted by le petit prince View Post
    Gorgeous man, just gorgeous.

    You do more justice to the 10-20 than I ever did, for those wide angles shots.

    Which LR preset by the way? Can share?

    Still haven't finished the film roll, so.. nothing to show, haha!
    I had visualized the shots ever since I saw the street shots from other photographers. And thanks to you, my vision has come true.

    I'm using this preset.

    Quote Originally Posted by fliplock View Post
    Baracus

    Wow your photos quite awesome! Must learn a bit from you on street photography!!

    I'll be uploading some photos tonight.
    Thanks. It's nothing special. Just have your camera at the ready and find some unsuspecting victims at the opportune moment. People usually have their guard down when you're shooting from the hip. (But my K10D shutter is too loud!)

    Look forward to your take on Chinatown. Hope the maiden outing wasn't intimidating for you.

    Quote Originally Posted by fengwei View Post
    Wow! Those are some nice contrasty photos! Love them, and those black and white conversions look great too
    Thanks boss. Your film shots make me wanna break out my SLR. (But it's a C***n though)
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    #1 #2

    #3

    #4 #5

    Huat ahhh!!!
    Last edited by clioboy; 19th January 2009 at 01:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baracus View Post
    Thanks boss. Your film shots make me wanna break out my SLR. (But it's a C***n though)

    Used to have a Canon Elan II E film SLR camera too, but sold it in favor of a Pentax p&s camera: Espio 928 film camera That's about 11 years ago, when I started to use Pentax cam

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    Quote Originally Posted by clioboy View Post
    #1[IMG]
    #3#4
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    Huat ahhh!!!
    Thanks for sharing, but those don't look like from a Pentax cam You sure you posted them at the right place?

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    Here are some more photos from the MZ-3+FA43+Gold Kodak 100 combo, all straight from scanned results w/o any further PP.

    Faked flowers:










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    Also from the MZ-3+FA43+Gold Kodak 100 comb, CNY decorations:










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    I didn't shoot as many food photos as I used to do w/ digital, here are some by the film combo:










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    ayo... im in camp looking at all this cannot tehan... by the time i free to sort out my photos it will be after CNY liao
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baracus View Post
    B/W Part 3



    The Long Walk


    Wait Up!


    Pushing On


    Can't Touch This
    seems over sharpen
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    Wah, All so nice! Mine not ready until Thursday morning leh. Just sent in this morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hjbyeo View Post
    Wah.. nice man... teach me!
    There are a few methods to do it, like flowerpot mentioned, either zoom in or zoom out with slow shutter speed using a zoom lens, prime lens will be move camera forward or backward. This all required a steady hand and a lot of practices. The easiest is post processing method. which what i did here using the blur in PS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seefei View Post
    wow, the whole series is interesting, especially this one can you email me the uncompressed file of the photo?
    Bro, check your email.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seefei View Post
    very surreal. not a single soul on the street so near CNY. nice jutapoxation!!
    When i was taking this pic, there is actually one photographer on that stage taking some pics. I waited for him to go off... Oh yeah and you saw me and honk at me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by flowerpot View Post
    he is still trying to think of a story to tell...
    yeah i waiting for more story from him..

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    Crossing Paths
    Nice shots Baracus.. I saw how you placed the camera...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fengwei View Post
    Nice shots Des. All are very well done. And these Pentaxians series look the best
    Thanks Bro.

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