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    Smile Sunset shots - where?

    Hi to all,

    Answers to Vivien - U can try Kranji near Kranji Dam, sunset overlooking Johore. Sungei Buloh also another good choice as before the sun set down, u can take some shots of birds coming back to its nest. Another place - no other then Sentosa near Sunset Bay, beautiful scenery out there.

    To the rest of the guys - happing snapping at Pulau Ubin. Don't forget to take a shot of the mudskipper, they really cute lah...

    Regards.

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    Great pics AReality and Hein, makes me wish I was living over there. I'm into sunsets as well as the colours really bring out a new dimension to landscapes. Just out of interest, what filters do you guys use? I've only got a Circ Pol and was thinking of getting a warm up filter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harlequin

    If you see a bunch of people carrying big mamas lens on tripod over their shoulders, wearing jungle hat, suited up a like a sniper and carrying a big backpack, that's probably us.

    saw 2 photographers as what you had described over at yishun fishing pond this morning..........

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    You can try Changi Beach also. The sunset there is quite awesome. However, guess it would only be convenient if you had a car to drive all the way up to changi village in the wee hours... But its worth it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by coke21
    You can try Changi Beach also. The sunset there is quite awesome. However, guess it would only be convenient if you had a car to drive all the way up to changi village in the wee hours... But its worth it..
    Erm, I think you are referring to sunrise at Changi Beach?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vivientan
    Erm, I think you are referring to sunrise at Changi Beach?
    Gee...sorry for that....yup meant sunrise...haha..

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    Answers to Vivien - U can try Kranji near Kranji Dam, sunset overlooking Johore.
    FYI - when taking this shot remember not to include the towers - according to signage there its illegal and also the security guards at the reservoir will forbid you to take picture of the installation.

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