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    Default Series of Night Shoot

    Night shoots taken few days ago, sky is cloudy, with occasional rain drops

    Image using Old method conversion (ACDsee), DELETED

    Current Image use breezebrowser to resize, apply unsharp mask with radius 0.5 and amount 1 just learn this @ dpreview.

    FIeld along the highway to marina south


    Tanjong Rhu


    Beside Cosy Cafe


    Cosy Bar
    Last edited by hong; 2nd May 2002 at 02:45 AM.

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    Tanjong Rhu


    Overlooking thr bridge connecting tanjong rhu and stadium cove


    Singapore Indoor Stadium

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    Wow....

    u superimpose the night scenes on the cloudy sky???

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    no lah, taken on 30th april, was really cloudy on that day, have to call it a day @ stadium cove when it starts raining heavy,

    but on my way back home, rains stops, sky becomes clear @ marina south, so stop a while to take the pics overlooking the city center

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    what camera are u using? and the shutter speed for the pics?


    thanx
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    Hey, that cosy bar looks really cosy.
    Mind telling me where it is?
    How do i get there?

    Might be a nice place to chill out.

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    clear and sharp, good stuffs!

    but the horizon's off for some of the pics, would be perfect if you've got them straight!
    Last edited by Tweek; 2nd May 2002 at 08:39 AM.

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    ur shot horion is level to the ground but some how your buildings are not ....
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    Originally posted by nutz
    Hey, that cosy bar looks really cosy.
    Mind telling me where it is?
    How do i get there?

    Might be a nice place to chill out.
    near kallang indoor stadium

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    Originally posted by megaweb
    ur shot horion is level to the ground but some how your buildings are not ....
    guess that is the problem of wide angle small lens

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    just did a check @ ps, the misalignment with the horizontal ground, coupled with the barrel distortion @ wide angle, make the buildings looks bent

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    Originally posted by hong
    just did a check @ ps, the misalignment with the horizontal ground, coupled with the barrel distortion @ wide angle, make the buildings looks bent
    you can use distort or perspective to edit the pic so that the buildings will look vertically straight

    distort
    1. Select the layer
    2. go to Edit > Transform > Distort

    perspective
    1. Select the layer
    2. go to Edit > Transform > Perspective

    sorry to use ur image



    BTW , your shots are nice and sharp ... good work
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    Nice

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    Barrel distortion? It would have been great if there's not so much of it...

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    Originally posted by megaweb


    you can use distort or perspective to edit the pic so that the buildings will look vertically straight

    distort
    1. Select the layer
    2. go to Edit > Transform > Distort

    perspective
    1. Select the layer
    2. go to Edit > Transform > Perspective

    sorry to use ur image


    BTW , your shots are nice and sharp ... good work
    thanks for the help

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    Originally posted by Flare
    Barrel distortion? It would have been great if there's not so much of it...
    not too bad, only 0.9% at wide angle, 0% @ telephoto, info from dpreview

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    looks good, what camera is that?

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    let me guess, Olympus C700.

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    Default great series!...

    well done overall. How about numbering your pics so that we can tell you which ones are our favourites?

    ed
    shaddap and just shoot .... up close
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    Impressive. Please share more on camera type and shooting techniques.

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