I don't believe what is happening here.
I just spent 15 minutes reading from page 1 to page 7 and until now still no king kiang.
Reminds me of those Taiwan swordsmen TV series back in the 70's when whole hour just talk talk talk and only king kiang once or twice for show.
Kopitiam is beginning to be my daily entertainment where I relax and unwind and pop popcorns and see show... and listen to whatever scandals...
Then... nothing. Cheh...!
Jin OT liao hor.
Mai ke hun hor.
(Dammit, I'm hungry, it's lunchtime, maybe eat some horfun)
aiyah, what's the big deal? next time have to complete with Auto-Photographer
Party-shot Automatic Photographer
tis thread just serve as a confirmation.
Logging Off. "You have 2,631 messages stored, of a total 400 allowed." don't PM me.
btw, here is one of my many credentials..
Goat With Cage participation certificate
Ok lah.. Let me as a poly student here, share my point of view..
If the competition have the student category, I may just join the student category as we are competing with the same age group of people.
Why put ourselves in a competition with people who may be more experience (senior photographers in the open category)?
BUT from what I've seen from some competitions is that different categories have different themes.
Maybe the student have a better and more confident photo which suits the open category and the photos that he/she have for the student category is not as good as compared to what he have to send in for open category?
This is one situation which I've came across..
I have quite a good photo (which I think is good) which suits the open category's theme and the not the student category.
On the other hand, in open category, I may be challenging with people who took up photography for quite some time and can come up with much better photos as compared to mine.
So I decided not to join the open category and the competition at all..