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    Default Singapore Buskers Festival '03 - Grand Parade

    Sat, 15 Nov 2003, 8.15pm @ Orchard

    Parade Route :
    Stretching from the Orchard MRT to Meritus Mandarin Hotel and on the other side of the pedestrian boulevard to Marriot Hotel.

    http://www.singapore-buskers.com/parade.htm

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    Arghhh.......
    I am out of town!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    yeah , coOl ~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noir
    ...and comes with photography competition too.
    http://www.singapore-buskers.com/best.htm
    only for Digital ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noir
    ...and comes with photography competition too.
    http://www.singapore-buskers.com/best.htm
    Damn, I've exams on that day....

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    Quote Originally Posted by West_ray
    only for Digital ....
    And must pay $5 per photo some more!!!

    Hey, they also encourage participation for the procession. Let's form a Clubsnap contingent and walk down Orchard Road taking photos of people looking at us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newman
    And must pay $5 per photo some more!!!

    Hey, they also encourage participation for the procession. Let's form a Clubsnap contingent and walk down Orchard Road taking photos of people looking at us!
    though i'm using film cam ... but will go for tat event as well ....

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    "THE MAIN EVENT
    Join in the merry making extravaganza of chaos on beautifully lit-up streetwalk with a most spectacular and spontaneous procession of international street performers, stiltwalkers, masquerades, costumes, song and dance. Come dressed and join in the party !!! It's FREE. You are more than welcome not just to watch and but to participate. You may even order a costume to march with the procession, just like a local.

    Contact Staphnie if you and your group of friends have some wild and creative expression to show off at this street parade."


    maybe we can have a "flash firing" contingent

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    I wonder why so many competition requires digital camera... Are film cameras not good enough? Or is it another way to promote digital camera?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunjack
    I wonder why so many competition requires digital camera... Are film cameras not good enough? Or is it another way to promote digital camera?
    I believe it is a storage and handling issue........ Digital much more convinient to handle.....

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    The rules seem to imply that the photos need to be shot by a digital camera. If what u say is true, does that mean that I can scan my film into digital format and participate in the competition too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunjack
    The rules seem to imply that the photos need to be shot by a digital camera. If what u say is true, does that mean that I can scan my film into digital format and participate in the competition too?
    should be ok i think. besides, afterall u will be giving them the digital copy only, they wun know it's from film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chyeo
    should be ok i think. besides, afterall u will be giving them the digital copy only, they wun know it's from film.

    would they not read the EXIF info?

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    I don't think you can use a film camera for the competition, as you have to queue to enter the picture downloading station, and download a maximum of 3 images. If you want to submit more than 3 photos, you would have to queue again, and of course pay another 5 buckeroos.

    And the maximum file size permitted is only 2MB only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunjack
    The rules seem to imply that the photos need to be shot by a digital camera. If what u say is true, does that mean that I can scan my film into digital format and participate in the competition too?
    Canon is sponsoring, and they are pushing for digital all the way now. Digital as in pure digital, not scanned. I think they will be using the same upload system as in the recent Computer Times/Canon Digital Photomarathon. If it's anything to go by, I believe their judging criteria might be similar, with a lot of emphasis on creativity, and not too much on technicals.
    Last edited by sfhuang; 9th November 2003 at 09:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chyeo
    should be ok i think. besides, afterall u will be giving them the digital copy only, they wun know it's from film.
    They will check the EXIF data, especially the date and time the photograph is taken to verify that it was not taken before the event.

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    so whos going lateR? :P

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    Anyone going?

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