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    Wink Streets scenes





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    wOOt~~

    wah steady leh.. now u even frame and caption ur shots... becoming pro liow!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jOhO
    wOOt~~

    wah steady leh.. now u even frame and caption ur shots... becoming pro liow!!
    Anything to enhance things that dun look too astounding. It wasnt very nice...so I thought, since pple here doing this, if I just post up like that...I think I can hide in one corner liao..shy ah
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    1st and 2nd shot works for me.

    Don't worry about hiding in one corner, I do that a lot of times. I add in frames to look nice only

    Keep shooting

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    Ur last pix is way too cool and scary siah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff
    Ur last pix is way too cool and scary siah!
    ah? scary?
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    Hi Jnifur,

    I wonder if you can go back to that place again(if you want) where you shot the 1st pic. Or find something similar & try to shoot when there's early morning light(around 7-9am) or early evening light(around 4-6pm) which gives not only the gives the glow on the bark texture & it also make your pic looks 3 dimension.
    Do take note that now a days is raining season, try it on some sunny days & hope you know what I mean. Cheers & happy shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spectrum
    Hi Jnifur,

    I wonder if you can go back to that place again(if you want) where you shot the 1st pic. Or find something similar & try to shoot when there's early morning light(around 7-9am) or early evening light(around 4-6pm) which gives not only the gives the glow on the bark texture & it also make your pic looks 3 dimension.
    Do take note that now a days is raining season, try it on some sunny days & hope you know what I mean. Cheers & happy shooting.
    Hi spectrum, yah I get wat u mean, the glow from the rim cast by sunlight is very nice

    I shoot this under a bright after noon sun. This is a palm tree bark (I think) So underneath the leaves, it is quite shady, unless I find a tree that catches the sunlight directly I took this around esplanade, where there are lots of trees..I think the trees are still there. Yap...I'll wait for the rainy season to go. Thanks
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