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    Default My Chingay Shoot

    Just came back from the chingay parade. Here's the shoot

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    here's another one

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    Here's More

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    These are very nice snaps. Very energetic. I like these.


    PS: DO I need to show pictures for the above comments? To prove my credibility? Guess not huh?

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    Last edited by babyrudosky; 1st February 2004 at 04:48 AM.

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    this another one I love the most, very surreal.

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    very interesting style you have there... I like the very last one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SniperD
    very interesting style you have there... I like the very last one...

    One of the better group of pictures seen here of late on CHingay. I think you have raised the bar.

    best wishes.

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    Another one of my many shots, too many to post, Think I'll stop here.

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    Wah goodness. How you do that? Like slow-sync flash or something? I really did not learn to use my flash all these while I've been shooting. Is this like the shutter opens and flash fires just before it closes? Like it's also a slow shutter speed to begin with and you're like intensionally 'moving or panning' your subject?

    Please correct me if I am wrong. I've never done this while shooting, just remember reading about something like that from somewhere. Really want to learn how to do this.

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    To all those who have email me asking about my techniques and method. Here it goes.......

    Yes, I used slow rear syn. 1/8 at f11 but that is of the least important..capturing those photos needs more than techniques. I've adopted a effortless effort, which means I never look for a photograph. The photograph finds me and says, "I'm here" and I say, " Yes I see you, I hear you."You have to see beyond seeing, which means when I goes to the chingay parade, the first things is not looking for anything. Just looking and trying to have as full an experience as possible. The point is to have a full experience, the photograph is just bonus.

    Babyrudosky

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    well say, love your approach of shooting.

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    cool shots, i've necer seen such awesome works. love it

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    Yep... nice shoot.. practise makes perfect..

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    Hey, really awesome pictures....very vibrant and full of energy!!

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