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    Default experimental experience

    Had an experimantal moment while shooting with you guys. With the lens that i brought on that the day, i.e 20-35, managed to experiment and explore shooting potrait in wide. Many might not agreed with the lens that i used. I just experimenting. Heheee... Hope the processing goes well. Cant wait to see the results. Film lah... what to do...

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    Quote Originally Posted by silver.wolf
    just in case you all have no idea of who am i, i'm the one carry the diffuser over the babe's head
    lolZ
    SEE... lawrence trying to gain credit...
    lolz

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    Quote Originally Posted by rolzink
    Had an experimantal moment while shooting with you guys. With the lens that i brought on that the day, i.e 20-35, managed to experiment and explore shooting potrait in wide. Many might not agreed with the lens that i used. I just experimenting. Heheee... Hope the processing goes well. Cant wait to see the results. Film lah... what to do...
    normally when u use a wide angle to shoot fashion or portraiture... the effect will be very distorted..

    try 50mm and above next time

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    Smile 50mm f1.4

    Quote Originally Posted by RuthBaby

    try 50mm and above next time
    hehe...let me be ..
    SilverWolf..come come, we go try with the 50mm f1.4 lens..

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthBaby
    normally when u use a wide angle to shoot fashion or portraiture... the effect will be very distorted..

    try 50mm and above next time
    In your opinion (or anyone elso who reads this), which would be a good potrait lens? and which potrait lens do u use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fox
    In your opinion (or anyone elso who reads this), which would be a good potrait lens? and which potrait lens do u use?
    i sold 2 of my best portrait lens which is 50mm 1.8 and 85mm 1.8..
    to get a 35 - 350 which covers the range too..
    prolly u can invest in 50 or 85
    50 is currently out of stock... cheap and gd
    i sold mine for 100 bucks nia

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    Quote Originally Posted by silver.wolf
    keep shooting!

    and keep learning! lotsa stuffs to learn in studio... so look out for ruth's studio!

    just in case you all have no idea of who am i, i'm the one carry the diffuser over the babe's head

    munwai on the left, silverwolf on the right.. alinda have them 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthBaby
    normally when u use a wide angle to shoot fashion or portraiture... the effect will be very distorted..

    try 50mm and above next time
    Like he said... it's experimental. which in some fashion shoots it's quite visible and seems to be acceptable to the arts director perhaps we can try that in our future shoots :P
    Lorbert.Tay@Fiat.SG

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    Quote Originally Posted by lOrBeRt
    Like he said... it's experimental. which in some fashion shoots it's quite visible and seems to be acceptable to the arts director perhaps we can try that in our future shoots :P
    yeah!
    perspective with a difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by fox
    In your opinion (or anyone elso who reads this), which would be a good potrait lens? and which potrait lens do u use?
    probably u can try an 85mm generally pple prefer that lens for portraitures

    but then again... i can also wack a 350mm just that i stand further only... so what gives?
    Lorbert.Tay@Fiat.SG

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    Default lorbert reads my mind

    hehee... thanks robert. You do read my mind. I like doing experimental stuff. Not trying to be different just experimenting. Might not turn out good but I'm hoping for the best. That's part of experimenting and that's good about film too... wait for the 'surprise'...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rolzink
    hehee... thanks robert. You do read my mind. I like doing experimental stuff. Not trying to be different just experimenting. Might not turn out good but I'm hoping for the best. That's part of experimenting and that's good about film too... wait for the 'surprise'...
    must show us ok? perhaps during one of our sharing session, mabbe?
    Lorbert.Tay@Fiat.SG

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    Default when huh?

    When isit? Just let me know k. When is the studiooo tingy...? Can join? Anyway, Ruth... who won the best picture of the day?

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    Hmm .. my best portrait lens was 105mmf2.8 micro fixed with soft filter, that was manual focus lens. Hve not been using nowsaday ... but anyway any lens that can shoot can liao lar ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rolzink
    When isit? Just let me know k. When is the studiooo tingy...? Can join? Anyway, Ruth... who won the best picture of the day?
    must wait for u all the post online for us to see...

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    Quote Originally Posted by munwai
    hehe...let me be ..
    SilverWolf..come come, we go try with the 50mm f1.4 lens..
    bad munwai! bad bad!

    tempting me with a f1.4 .... hmmm .... maybe buying a tamron 90mm or save up more for 85mm f1.4

    i want a micro lens leh
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    Smile my dream gal...

    Quote Originally Posted by RuthBaby
    must wait for u all the post online for us to see...
    dun mind, i tag along and post my fotos in here ah..







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    i felt tt pic 3 is too overexposed.. or u did it on purpose?

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    Smile ..white washout...

    Quote Originally Posted by RuthBaby
    i felt tt pic 3 is too overexposed.. or u did it on purpose?
    yesh yesh..purplely one..wanna to try and be daring
    to create a white washout mono effect...

    how how?.. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by munwai
    yesh yesh..purplely one..wanna to try and be daring
    to create a white washout mono effect...

    how how?.. ...
    too expose...
    gimme yr original pic tonite

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