View Poll Results: What's is your stronghold in photography?

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  • People Photography (Solely people at large, incl street photography)

    35 23.49%
  • Event and/ or Journalistic Photography (Fast paced, story-lined)

    16 10.74%
  • Landscape and Architectural Photography (Buildings and scenes)

    22 14.77%
  • Macro & Nature Photography (incl. anything with ext use of macro lenses)

    19 12.75%
  • Product Photography (Commercial stuffs come in here)

    2 1.34%
  • Abstract Photography (artistic stuffs)

    7 4.70%
  • Nude / Glamour Photography (incl. Studio here)

    5 3.36%
  • Sports Photography (incl. Wild-life)

    6 4.03%
  • Astro Photography (anything the sky, space, stars planets.... all in all 'astro' stuffs)

    1 0.67%
  • Jack of all trades MON

    36 24.16%
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    alas! i cannot handhold a 400mmf2.8...unless i consult arnie

    maybe someday i will try 2 tone down and get close with a 50/f1.4. real portraits r the dream..yeah

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    macro and nature are two different thing. shooting jewellery is also consider macro.

    sport ( wild-life) ???? wild-life is nature wat.
    Last edited by ninelives; 11th January 2004 at 02:44 AM.
    Objection !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnifur
    Yah loh...hehehe cos here cannot put too big avatar mah. That chio bu pic a bit too big

    clive...wan to shoot ger use f/2.8 lens lah...fast lens can shoot under low light ...
    then u must be a chio bu liao... cos your pics reflect on you mah...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt
    then u must be a chio bu liao... cos your pics reflect on you mah...
    Wrong lah....my picture reflects me is signiture in CS mah...then my avatar here is guitar leh...oops off topic
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    I have no specialities duo I am not a pro.

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    wow... so more than half clubsnappers are people & general photographers... that's cool...

    hai... looks like i'm the only one in here doing boring commercial stuffs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninelives
    macro and nature are two different thing. shooting jewellery is also consider macro.

    sport ( wild-life) ???? wild-life is nature wat.

    sports and wildlife are closely related realm of photography.... they both require big zoom lens, quick and accurate panning and at times, running around... technically they are in one family.

    As for jewellery, need not shoot in macro, it depends on how you plan to shoot actually.

    macro & nature are asimilar as you can't do any of them without a macro lens, a tripod or stable hands, and perhaps, macro flash etc etc... they come under the same family.

    I only lieft out underwater (due to hang-over the night before the post) and micro photography (which i thought is too rare...)

    fyi.

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by eyes
    1: sports and wildlife are closely related realm of photography.... they both require big zoom lens, quick and accurate panning and at times, running around... technically they are in one family.

    2: As for jewellery, need not shoot in macro, it depends on how you plan to shoot actually.

    3: macro & nature are asimilar as you can't do any of them without a macro lens, a tripod or stable hands, and perhaps, macro flash etc etc... they come under the same family.


    fyi.

    cheers
    1: wildlife photography does not need a fast lens, the reason why people need fast lens is not only because they need to capture something fast, it was also because you are able to shoot with minumum light compare to comsumer lens. You don't see lions, tigers, deers running around for nothing, most of the time they are resting or eating. Yes, birds photographer need a fast lens to capture the moment but they also like to hide in dark corner.

    2: if you don't shoot them in macro, you won't able to show the audience the beautiful of a jewllery , they are usally small and tiny.

    3: I can't do nature without macro lens? Are you sure?
    Objection !!!

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    I organise AG outings...

    /musing aloud : there are so many reads of this thread and only 75 respondents.... hmmmmm...../

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    Architecture, landscape, abstract, travel and most of the time urban environmental documentation.
    Last edited by Kit; 16th January 2004 at 11:47 AM. Reason: addition of info

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    I used to be a school photographer and wedding photographer, then I realized fixing cameras and lenses is what I like most
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    City and Landscape / People / Macro

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    conceptual pieces

    cause if ppl starts to be nitpicky i'll blame it on art of expression.
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    Woah.. damn old thread!!!

    I specialize in replying to old and meaningless threads..

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    I think mine should be landscape/nature.

    But I like to shoot anything which can be shot at.

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    anything under the sun LOL

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    i guess if i had to choose one, I would say food photography although I dun shoot that much...But i'll be doing it soon enough
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisljh View Post
    anything under the sun LOL
    then at night how

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    i specialise of course.... in...

    BLUR photography.... quite good at it... spent many years in fact... getting more and more blur all the time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantcanopy View Post
    then at night how
    at night DI and sleep
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