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    Some fireworks taken on light-up Chinatown day.
    Really People Mountain People Sea.

    1st time taking fireworks... Need comments. Lousy also say lousy hor...



    Last edited by AReality; 4th January 2004 at 11:33 PM.

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    Last edited by AReality; 4th January 2004 at 11:33 PM.

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    Unhappy Eh cannot see anything lei.....

    Eh cannot see anything lei..............

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    Now should be can already...
    Changed the server liao...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AReality
    Now should be can already...
    Changed the server liao...
    Nice pix... Whats your setting and from where u take the pix?

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    your "camp" spot nice heh..

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    wah lau ehhhhhhh. nice leh. not lousy at all. gd job!
    "I want to have the best camera in the world and shoot XMMs."

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    the firework look very nice..
    anyway regarding the 2nd pix.. how to make it.. em.. able to show" the line of shooting"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunkist
    the firework look very nice..
    anyway regarding the 2nd pix.. how to make it.. em.. able to show" the line of shooting"
    for that, i would use bulb mode, plus lens cap (or black card) to do the exposure...

    refer to this writeup

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    2nd shot is nice..... esp the "line" of fire....

    Exposure time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunkist
    the firework look very nice..
    anyway regarding the 2nd pix.. how to make it.. em.. able to show" the line of shooting"
    start your shot when u start to see the thing flying up, then after about 3 secs, after the thing burst, close the shutter lor. I using bulb mode + remote switch, easier to control.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ender
    Nice pix... Whats your setting and from where u take the pix?
    Shots taken at ISO100, F16, around 3 to 4 secs.

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