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    Quote Originally Posted by playplay View Post
    Ya i am aware of the mirror up. Its available in most of the Canon DSLR Camera.
    And for the F stop, yeah prob i shud read up more to understand in details.
    Is there anymore F1 lens in the market?
    SO after the mirror up sound... what is the next sound you hear coming from?

    Quote Originally Posted by SingaConnect View Post
    Anyone interested to shoot sports? ie skateboarders @ Skatepark???
    Can. I like to shoot sports. Pray for good light. Who what when where. :-}

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Ng View Post


    Can. I like to shoot sports. Pray for good light. Who what when where. :-}
    Shoot me haha. Just got my new custom skateboard and the new skatepark @ ECP is open!!!!!
    Beginners worries about cost, amaeturs worries about gear, pros worries about light hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by SingaConnect View Post
    Shoot me haha. Just got my new custom skateboard and the new skatepark @ ECP is open!!!!!
    our model is it??? TFCD?? onz la....let us know date / time

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheerful88 View Post
    our model is it??? TFCD?? onz la....let us know date / time
    TFCD argh? haha. Let me pratice more first. But i dunno how to act cute. Not suitable for tfcd haha
    Beginners worries about cost, amaeturs worries about gear, pros worries about light hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by SingaConnect View Post
    TFCD argh? haha. Let me pratice more first. But i dunno how to act cute. Not suitable for tfcd haha
    dun need to act cute la...just be yourself...natural ma...shoot more as practice lor

    how? when ready for the tfcd?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheerful88 View Post
    dun need to act cute la...just be yourself...natural ma...shoot more as practice lor

    how? when ready for the tfcd?
    After i mastered some more tricks
    Beginners worries about cost, amaeturs worries about gear, pros worries about light hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by SingaConnect View Post
    After i mastered some more tricks
    start yr tfcd now...once master, will know how to post

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheerful88 View Post
    start yr tfcd now...once master, will know how to post
    i am back from malaysia
    ...can i ask what is TFCD??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winson123 View Post
    i am back from malaysia
    ...can i ask what is TFCD??
    Take for CD = FOC Shoot but return image to the model

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Ng View Post
    SO after the mirror up sound... what is the next sound you hear coming from?
    Shutter blade.
    Not many ppl using Mirror Lock right? Do you use it often?

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    i hope you guys are not thinking it as high ISO = good for low light. the understanding is wrong.

    Please read up on film speeds (aka ASA) VS shutter speed. for understanding on why some people use iso 50 and some use iso 6400. It is not just because can use for low light. Understand the film and digital media of what is happening. EG. the size of the silver halide in asa 50 films and asa 6400 film VS digital iso 50 and iso 6400.


    Next thing is... shooting at f1.2 and shooting at f4. lens at f1.2 does not equate to "better for low light." You need to understand the reason to shoot at 1.2 or f4. Besides depth of field. there is so much more to why you shoot at 1.2 or 4. So please do not fall into the thinking that shooting f1.2 at iso 6400 is better for low light. Cos that is really not the case. We just take it for granted that, that is the reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by playplay View Post
    Shutter blade.
    Not many ppl using Mirror Lock right? Do you use it often?
    Yes. I use it often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Lim View Post
    i hope you guys are not thinking it as high ISO = good for low light. the understanding is wrong.

    Please read up on film speeds (aka ASA) VS shutter speed. for understanding on why some people use iso 50 and some use iso 6400. It is not just because can use for low light. Understand the film and digital media of what is happening. EG. the size of the silver halide in asa 50 films and asa 6400 film VS digital iso 50 and iso 6400.


    Next thing is... shooting at f1.2 and shooting at f4. lens at f1.2 does not equate to "better for low light." You need to understand the reason to shoot at 1.2 or f4. Besides depth of field. there is so much more to why you shoot at 1.2 or 4. So please do not fall into the thinking that shooting f1.2 at iso 6400 is better for low light. Cos that is really not the case. We just take it for granted that, that is the reason.
    Absolutely agree. . f/1.2 + ISO 6400 = Freeze bullet Maybe still need stadium light to help...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Ng View Post
    SO after the mirror up sound... what is the next sound you hear coming from?



    Can. I like to shoot sports. Pray for good light. Who what when where. :-}
    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Ng View Post
    Absolutely agree. . f/1.2 + ISO 6400 = Freeze bullet Maybe still need stadium light to help...
    Waah shoot flying stars ah.. ISO 6400 + F/1.2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Lim View Post
    i hope you guys are not thinking it as high ISO = good for low light. the understanding is wrong.

    Please read up on film speeds (aka ASA) VS shutter speed. for understanding on why some people use iso 50 and some use iso 6400. It is not just because can use for low light. Understand the film and digital media of what is happening. EG. the size of the silver halide in asa 50 films and asa 6400 film VS digital iso 50 and iso 6400.


    Next thing is... shooting at f1.2 and shooting at f4. lens at f1.2 does not equate to "better for low light." You need to understand the reason to shoot at 1.2 or f4. Besides depth of field. there is so much more to why you shoot at 1.2 or 4. So please do not fall into the thinking that shooting f1.2 at iso 6400 is better for low light. Cos that is really not the case. We just take it for granted that, that is the reason.
    Thanks for the advise. I just turned on ISO 50 setting. Theres too much things to explore in 5DMII.. have to take my time learn
    Gonna explore abit. Yeah under bright hot sun + Flash and able to sync speedlite 1/200, able to open bigger aperture since reduce 1 stop and something about Dynamic Range... What else ah?? Anymore to share pls?
    In what situation do you really use F1.2 and ISO6400, its like going to extreme? Care to share when is it applicable?
    Last edited by playplay; 15th July 2009 at 10:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by playplay View Post
    Waah shoot flying stars ah.. ISO 6400 + F/1.2
    .... Night Shoot not equal high ISO..... use tripod.

    ISO 6400 + f/1.2 give about 1/8000 + ???? Stop of shutter for metering... flying str (Strar Strek?) no need such high speed... The flying star would just look like a fly... a dot... cannot get flying.

    shoot at ISO 6400 this SAT Fireworks with a f/1.8 lens setting and see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by regi-nald View Post
    Friday 26/06/09 TCSS session:
    MacDonalds, Bukit Panjang Plaza - 7pm

    1. Exigo
    2. SingaConnect
    3. Andrew Ng
    4. cheerful88 (hopefuly i can make it...)
    5.Winson (Give me ur number plz... if i lost my way i can call ...)
    6.Chris ( i will try to make it.)
    7. La vida (if i finish my homework)
    8. regi-nald (if i can leave wrk early or not go :])
    dude, this is like last month sia.... LoL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exigo View Post
    dude, this is like last month sia.... LoL
    opps..i didnt notice e mth..sorry..long day@wrk la..hahahaha
    Canon 50D | EF 70-200 f2.8L IS USM | EF 50mm f1.8 II | AF17-50mm f2.8 | Speedlite 580 EXII

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    Quote Originally Posted by playplay View Post
    Thanks for the advise. I just turned on ISO 50 setting. Theres too much things to explore in 5DMII.. have to take my time learn
    Gonna explore abit. Yeah under bright hot sun + Flash and able to sync speedlite 1/200, able to open bigger aperture since reduce 1 stop and something about Dynamic Range... What else ah?? Anymore to share pls?
    In what situation do you really use F1.2 and ISO6400, its like going to extreme? Care to share when is it applicable?
    hmm Under Bright hot sun, you'll probably use the flash with a reason. Either with a fill in for shadow, solve backlight problems, have separation from background, highlighting something....etc the list goes on. But generally if its really a big bright sun like mid day, iso 50, f1.2 will probably get you shutter speed 1/8000 or more. So you are required to either use a filter or something to filter out a certain amount of light to increase the spectrum dynamics of the range. So in bright daylight, you'd probably wanna use 1.2 as a means of isolation more then anything else. But at the same time, even for me, i do not tend to try shooting at 1.2. Cos the possibility of a soft image is pretty high, esp if you don't know how to control the hyperfocal distance.

    As for your 2nd question on What situation. qouted example F1.2 at iso 6400. I'll need to ask you, why iso 6400 and why F1.2? i shoot 1.2 only from a distance mostly or unless i have a good reason to move in. (So yes, esp when we shoot weddings, we are constantly thinking about every single thing we shoot and why we want to shoot it that way) Because the hyperfocal distance and light fall off esp when i use my flash will allow the subject i am shooting to stand out nicely, eg: more "3D". So if you ask me when is it applicable,i cannot answer you because its like asking me "how many ways are there to cook chicken"

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    where is everybody

    Last sat fireworks, not much good shots



    anyone shooting this sat?

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