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    Default My Cheap Shots.... with my wide-monster...


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    Quote Originally Posted by slacker
    Cannot see your pics leh

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    exactly what is your wide-monster??
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasmine
    Cannot see your pics leh
    ??? couldn't b.... upload on My Photo with my yahoo account and make it public.
    What error do you see?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silver.wolf
    exactly what is your wide-monster??
    5060.... wide-monster is the nick i given to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slacker
    ??? couldn't b.... upload on My Photo with my yahoo account and make it public.
    What error do you see?
    I can see it now. Did you do any correction in PS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasmine
    I can see it now. Did you do any correction in PS?
    nope ... everything is as i took ... only resize to smaller. Comments?

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    Quite well-taken! Did you use "M" for the dark shots in the temple with the candle lights? Did you use tripod or something that was there to support your camera?

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    Quote Originally Posted by garvinchow
    Quite well-taken! Did you use "M" for the dark shots in the temple with the candle lights? Did you use tripod or something that was there to support your camera?
    As i can recall, i only use S and P mode that night. Didn't really take lots of shots cos crowded and smoky. No tripod for all the shots that night. Hand was damn shaky due to half-filled tummy.

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    Nice...having a wider cam really works wonders huh?...heh

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    For once, I need not back up against a wall when I took family photos...ha ha ha.....for once, I can show them how clear the photos are, almost immediately! For once, I do not appear in any CNY photos ,.....ha ha ha ha ha ha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelster
    Nice...having a wider cam really works wonders huh?...heh
    Checkout my newly uploaded ablum "Kelong". The few pictures i took using wide-conversion len WCON-07C. Cover everything i want to cover.... maybe more ... have still yet to learn how to "compose" my picture well....

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    Where? Can't find it in your yahoo photo album leh.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by garvinchow
    Where? Can't find it in your yahoo photo album leh.....
    Up and running ... ... didn't set it to public just now...

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    wide angle...!! Power!!
    like the chinatown and temple album most...!well taken..!

    did you use anything else like tripod or flash for the night shots??

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuRfTeC

    wide angle...!! Power!!
    like the chinatown and temple album most...!well taken..!

    did you use anything else like tripod or flash for the night shots??
    Thanks for your comments!
    Never use any tripod. Bare hands that night as i foresee a jam-packed crowd everywhere i go. Anyway, have no tripod yet. Looking for a monopod instead for easy transporting.

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