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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    wow, so many apologies, i join in too

    i apologise for having an opinion

    i apologise for existing.

    sob, goodbye cruel world
    You'll be dearly miss

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    I oso apologize for coming in here and giving my opinions....sori hoh.

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    CLAP CLAP CLAP ...

    If you had only answer this earlier, i wouldn't have to read thru 4 pages of flame to reach here.
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    I'm learning how to cook...

    Sorry for my blunt remarks.
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    Sorry for my blunt remarks too.

    Apologies
    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    wow, so many apologies, i join in too

    i apologise for having an opinion

    i apologise for existing.

    sob, goodbye cruel world
    Isn't Clubsnap a good place for us to learn, not only in photography skill but also towards grace, gentleness and humility.

    Thank you guys for being gracious and showing humility that we will all have to learn.

    Cheers to all ClubSNAP members

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuakel View Post
    Isn't Clubsnap a good place for us to learn, not only in photography skill but also towards grace, gentleness and humility.

    Thank you guys for being gracious and showing humility that we will all have to learn.

    Cheers to all ClubSNAP members
    How come you never include my apology as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    I'm learning how to cook...

    Sorry for my blunt remarks.
    Rashkae, as a relatively newbie myself, I salute you. And I salute your earnesty in still raoming the newbie section to help despite your being so lao jiao.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lomographer View Post
    Sorry for my blunt remarks too.

    Apologies
    Lomographer, you have been most open and forthright in your opinion, like many other members in this thread. You also deserve my respect.

    And of course, TS, bravo to your words of reconcilation!

    I believe we all have all had a good experience in this very eventful thread. I know I had. Most likely this is the reason why the Mods didn't want to close this thread. They must have been waiting for all these to come.
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    Wah now all become courtesy lesson.

    But it's true, new or old we all learn our lessons.

    Cheers to all ClubSNAP members new or old!
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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    wow, so many apologies, i join in too

    i apologise for having an opinion

    i apologise for existing.

    sob, goodbye cruel world
    Nai meh, you're still the best at solving problem...

    Maybe we should tell darren to give you title

    ClubSNAP Police/ Ming Emporer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeiPiGu View Post
    ESPN now is moderator liao. Student graduate and took up fencing.

    So what you trying to say that you've been reading CS since 2006? You're an 'old bird' who can 'order' mods to close thread and ask members to make peace but still need your mummy to pay for all your fancy gears?

    I've been reading combat book since I'm 12, that will make me a war veteran
    Seems like apologies is the order of the day. So I will apologise first before asking the next off topic question: ESPN is now moderator? In Clubsnap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahbian View Post
    Seems like apologies is the order of the day. So I will apologise first before asking the next off topic question: ESPN is now moderator? In Clubsnap?
    this one is prolly not...
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    I'll just say what i think how it works.
    They had atleast 2 light source continuous light that is slightly weaker does the blurring movement effect.
    Then atleast 2 strobe/flash light that is set to flash at certain intervals for example every 1/5 sec for x number of times. These are stronger power than the continuous light thus achieving the acceptable opacity of the subject..
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    Dont think i know about the name of this technique. probably there issnt one yet. why not name it after yourself? or the person that created it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    you realise, the same applies when it comes to talking about photography forums.

    if you don't like clubsnap, then don't come. you will not be missed sorely.
    Haha, understood.
    Like I said, if you cant tahan newbies asking noob questions, dont answer ffs.
    Like you say, if I cant tahan clubsnap, then dont come back here.

    Sad to say, I can.
    If not, I won't be asking for your advice, before, already.
    Thank you night86mare, anyway. Truefully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liarliar View Post
    I am a GWC. Just because you hold a sword does not mean you are a swordsman. Just because youhave a cam in hand does not grant you the title of 'photographer'.
    Irony, i once heard, o, no, heard alot times from alot pro photographer, something like:
    "When you are the one taking photographs behind the cam, you are a photographer."

    LOL
    here, clubsnap

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bcool View Post
    Now who was it that says "It takes a great man to say 'I'm sorry.'"
    TS has shown his maturity and explained why he did not under the terminology used.
    This is a newbie section. Agreed some come in to be spoon fed.
    But that's what this section is all about. Asking.....
    If one feels strongly about spoon feeding, then don't response.
    Move on.
    Exactly.
    Doesn't all of us once learn in school..?
    Teacher: Don't know? Must always ask..
    LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidtka View Post
    CLAP CLAP CLAP ...

    If you had only answer this earlier, i wouldn't have to read thru 4 pages of flame to reach here.
    Haha and only if some people replied with some bare minimum of understanding towards newbies, it wouldn have enlightment shown, only till page 4.
    Wah everybody.. apologised. *clapclap*

    I higher rank than you.
    I slap you.
    You scold me.
    You say sorry first.
    Then I say sorry too.

    ROFLOLMAOWTF

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    Yes, the technique is call Strobe Photography with Long Exposure.

    http://blog.makezine.com/archive/200...C-0D6B48984890

    Sorry thread too long, didn't complete reading all of them.

    Quote Originally Posted by istDeS View Post
    stroboscopic or “strobe” photography?

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    Thanks for the url link. It is very educational. To the TS this goes to show how some seniors here draws out your negative side. Photography is a joy. The gaining of knowledge sometimes is a matter of persistance. Too bad you are given an inflaction. Don't take heart, welcome to Clubsnap!
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    Yeah i'm chill already,didn't know this topic still got replies

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    Quote Originally Posted by deeEFF View Post
    Yeah i'm chill already,didn't know this topic still got replies
    Haha good job.
    Let's go out for a snap or something next time!
    Youth ftw

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