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    Any butties wan to tcss tonight?
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    if tonite gg to have froggie session, can elefant29 join?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrifeYun View Post
    got frog legg tcss
    Ish tonite meh?

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    if tonite gg to have froggie session, can elefant29 join?
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    Ish tonite meh?
    yesh... pls contact ah hee for details....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pauche View Post
    yesh... pls contact ah hee for details....
    to9 eat session is not for big group
    this session is because i need some advice from butties only, private issue.

    ok lar... i back to work liao. bye. bz F*U*C*King M
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    Quote Originally Posted by juste_millieu View Post
    to9 eat session is not for big group
    this session is because i need some advice from butties only, private issue.

    ok lar... i back to work liao. bye. bz F*U*C*King M


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    For those interested in long exposure conversion, this is a useful reference i found. Do remember every stop is a multiplier of 2. A lot of people get confused and ask, don't the aperture and ISO affects the shutter? Yes.

    Give u all an example. I shoot a scene at ISO100, aperture f8 @ 1second and I shoot another scene at ISO400, aperture f11 @ 1second. The exposure is the same. And when we talk about exposure, forget about the noise, the depth of field and be concerned with only getting the "right" exposure for the scene or subject.

    I shall use the example of a ND8 (3 stops).

    w/o filter

    Take a shot at ISO100, f11 @ 5s

    with ND8 filter

    Take a shot at ISO100, f11 @ 40s

    So how do I arrive at 40s. Simply take:

    5 * 2^3 = 40secs (note 2 to power of 3. So if ND16, its 2 to power of 4 and so on)

    So if u have a ND400, it would be

    5 * 400 = 2000s = 33 mins 20secs


    So what does all these mean? U can take longer exposures of scenes to capture cloud motions, make waters super silky smooth etc. With higher stop ND filters, U can eliminate motion on streets in broad daylight with longer exposure time.

    Do note that ND filters is not 100% neutral. Even the best LEE filters or Singh Ray etc do have slight tendency of color casts at extreme long exposures.
    Last edited by kuantoh; 6th January 2010 at 04:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    For those interested in long exposure conversion, this is a useful reference i found. Do remember every stop is a multiplier of 2. A lot of people get confused and ask, don't the aperture and ISO affects the shutter? Yes.

    Give u all an example. I shoot a scene at ISO100, aperture f8 @ 1second and I shoot another scene at ISO400, aperture f11 @ 1second. The exposure is the same. And when we talk about exposure, forget about the noise, the depth of field and be concerned with only getting the "right" exposure for the scene or subject.

    I shall use the example of a ND8 (3 stops).

    w/o filter

    Take a shot at ISO100, f11 @ 5s

    with ND8 filter

    Take a shot at ISO100, f11 @ 40s

    So how do I arrive at 8s. Simply take:

    5 * 2^3 = 40secs (note 2 to power of 3. So if ND16, its 2 to power of 4 and so on)

    So if u have a ND400, it would be

    5 * 400 = 4000s = 1hr 6 mins 40secs


    So what does all these mean? U can take longer exposures of scenes to capture cloud motions, make waters super silky smooth etc. With higher stop ND filters, U can eliminate motion on streets in broad daylight with longer exposure time.

    Do note that ND filters is not 100% neutral. Even the best LEE filters or Singh Ray etc do have slight tendency of color casts at extreme long exposures.

    Great effort, thanks buttie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zh3ng View Post
    Great effort, thanks buttie.
    Have re-edited the post to correct calculation error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    Have re-edited the post to correct calculation error.


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    Quote Originally Posted by StrifeYun View Post


    when pongol sunrise
    When zoolong sunrise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redsun View Post
    if i organise outing to pinnacle @ duxton
    chiu all interested or notch?
    Good luck to those going to Pinnale ... I hear loud Thunder now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrifeYun View Post


    when pongol sunrise
    i hear pongol sunrise
    maybe dis sat or sun will go there suut.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    Good luck to those going to Pinnale ... I hear loud Thunder now...
    i see dark clouds
    but i tink all going eat "rabbit" porridge....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    For those interested in long exposure conversion, this is a useful reference i found. Do remember every stop is a multiplier of 2. A lot of people get confused and ask, don't the aperture and ISO affects the shutter? Yes.

    Give u all an example. I shoot a scene at ISO100, aperture f8 @ 1second and I shoot another scene at ISO400, aperture f11 @ 1second. The exposure is the same. And when we talk about exposure, forget about the noise, the depth of field and be concerned with only getting the "right" exposure for the scene or subject.

    I shall use the example of a ND8 (3 stops).

    w/o filter

    Take a shot at ISO100, f11 @ 5s

    with ND8 filter

    Take a shot at ISO100, f11 @ 40s

    So how do I arrive at 40s. Simply take:

    5 * 2^3 = 40secs (note 2 to power of 3. So if ND16, its 2 to power of 4 and so on)

    So if u have a ND400, it would be

    5 * 400 = 2000s = 33 mins 20secs


    So what does all these mean? U can take longer exposures of scenes to capture cloud motions, make waters super silky smooth etc. With higher stop ND filters, U can eliminate motion on streets in broad daylight with longer exposure time.

    Do note that ND filters is not 100% neutral. Even the best LEE filters or Singh Ray etc do have slight tendency of color casts at extreme long exposures.
    thanks for the lesson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy81 View Post
    When zoolong sunrise?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    Good luck to those going to Pinnale ... I hear loud Thunder now...
    think cancel... we ghost mum mum huhuhu yum yum, later use iphone take and update face book HAHA
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    For those interested in long exposure conversion, this is a useful reference i found. Do remember every stop is a multiplier of 2. A lot of people get confused and ask, don't the aperture and ISO affects the shutter? Yes.

    Give u all an example. I shoot a scene at ISO100, aperture f8 @ 1second and I shoot another scene at ISO400, aperture f11 @ 1second. The exposure is the same. And when we talk about exposure, forget about the noise, the depth of field and be concerned with only getting the "right" exposure for the scene or subject.

    I shall use the example of a ND8 (3 stops).

    w/o filter

    Take a shot at ISO100, f11 @ 5s

    with ND8 filter

    Take a shot at ISO100, f11 @ 40s

    So how do I arrive at 40s. Simply take:

    5 * 2^3 = 40secs (note 2 to power of 3. So if ND16, its 2 to power of 4 and so on)

    So if u have a ND400, it would be

    5 * 400 = 2000s = 33 mins 20secs


    So what does all these mean? U can take longer exposures of scenes to capture cloud motions, make waters super silky smooth etc. With higher stop ND filters, U can eliminate motion on streets in broad daylight with longer exposure time.

    Do note that ND filters is not 100% neutral. Even the best LEE filters or Singh Ray etc do have slight tendency of color casts at extreme long exposures.
    dont bother with shots over 1min... cos you will get long sexposure noise for digital cameras. even star trail shots, do it in multiples of 30s, rather than one long exposure of 30mins.

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    End of this month good for low tide shoot. 0.2meters on 30th and 31st Jan at around 1800hrs one. Will organise one outing end month for sunset ya.

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