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    Your main subject is Fullerton Hotel, but itís cropped off more then half, the background tall building is to distracting. Try a difference angle, to isolate off the tall building.

    Try to take on a better sky day(blue sky), in the earlier morning or evening when the sunlight is not so harsh.

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    Agree with Simon

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    Simon is right.

    Today, I happened to be at Raffles MRT area too... the sky was terrific (all day). I took some pictures... but wasn't good... so.. not posting any...

    The sky is very important... and having that patience to take a good picture is not always easy.

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    "polariser" comes to mind with the mention of sky....

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    Originally posted by Flare
    "polariser" comes to mind with the mention of sky....
    Even with a polariser.. u need a good blue sky to give it a good effect.. =P Polariser + Cloudy Sky = No use actually
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    Originally posted by nutz
    Did you use tripod for this shot?
    All photographs are there to remind us of what we forget.

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    Originally posted by vincent
    Simon is right.

    Today, I happened to be at Raffles MRT area too... the sky was terrific (all day). I took some pictures... but wasn't good... so.. not posting any...

    did the pics turn out too dark? sometimes if the sky is bright, you need to adjust the exposure by a bit.
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    Originally posted by fusetrips


    Did you use tripod for this shot?
    no, i didn't use tripod for this.

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    Originally posted by nutz
    no, i didn't use tripod for this.
    Hi nutz, you took this picture in the evening?
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    Originally posted by fusetrips


    Hi nutz, you took this picture in the evening?
    yes, i think around 6-6.30pm.....

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    you should have wait a bit longer to take this shot then you can get a nice blue sky (but not too much as what some of them said) ...

    of course you need a tripod ..

    the blue sky will look this
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