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    Hi SNAP'ers

    Want to have your tips and tricks to catch the hardest target of all -- PEOPLE --
    I'm not referring to "Model" shoot, but their dailly nature expression, a point and shoot action. They're such a resisting object sometimes, and to capture the right momentum is a matter of seconds.
    Thats why i need to learn from all SNAP'ers Master (experience).

    - dee -

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    practice, practice, practice and naturally you will finds it .....

    there is no short cut lar ....

    the hardest techniques I consider is "ANTICIPATION"
    AMPA * WPPI * J team

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    do more streetshootings

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    1. plan out what kind of scene u ultimately want

    2. decide on what focal length u need. tie in with proximity considerations

    3. if u use film, try kodak tcn400 b/w film. good, cheap, low fuss.

    4.bring 1 litre of water, wear good shoes, prepared to walk around a lot

    5 memorise some "standard" scenes to help u kick-start with the vision. its a good start to try to "spot" such standard scenes. then progress to creatign your own scenes

    6. improve your handholdign technique:
    aim for these slowest possible speeds for 1SO400:
    28mm - 1/4 second
    50mm - 1/15 second
    200mm - 1/60 second
    400mm - 1/125 second

    7. dont give up too soon. your first many many rolls will turn out 2b more or less rubbish remember 2 have fun!

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    a really long lens helps. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by clive
    1. plan out what kind of scene u ultimately want

    2. decide on what focal length u need. tie in with proximity considerations

    3. if u use film, try kodak tcn400 b/w film. good, cheap, low fuss.

    4.bring 1 litre of water, wear good shoes, prepared to walk around a lot

    5 memorise some "standard" scenes to help u kick-start with the vision. its a good start to try to "spot" such standard scenes. then progress to creatign your own scenes

    6. improve your handholdign technique:
    aim for these slowest possible speeds for 1SO400:
    28mm - 1/4 second
    50mm - 1/15 second
    200mm - 1/60 second
    400mm - 1/125 second

    7. dont give up too soon. your first many many rolls will turn out 2b more or less rubbish remember 2 have fun!
    WOOHOOOO...!!! ty Clive, i'll remember that
    Especially that "2 have fun" part.

    - dee -

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