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    Default The Girl - Bidadari Cem





    This is what i have during the Bidadari Cemetery trip. Did not really take much there.



    I started off with this. 'The walk ends here' it's not related with the girl, but since it's on the same day, i might as well post it here too.

    Comments are welcome. Thank you.
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    very well done vonvonz, enjoyed all your series, including the water one.
    keep them coming

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    Quote Originally Posted by beefcake
    very well done vonvonz, enjoyed all your series, including the water one.
    keep them coming

    thank you.

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    what's the second pic huh?

    why u left your smelly shoes there? heee....
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    hehe.. it's actually the plant growing on the girl's hand. it looks like a braclet or something. i shouldn't have close up so much. ^_^;

    hehe i wasn't wearing those that day. :P hehehehee i thought they were yours.

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    Evon, the girl pics are wonderful. in fact in the second pic if possible to move the leaf behind the hand and perhaps also the one in front would make it more "stark", the green against the grey. I like the cropping, don't have to zoom out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vonvonz
    hehe.. it's actually the plant growing on the girl's hand. it looks like a braclet or something. i shouldn't have close up so much. ^_^;

    hehe i wasn't wearing those that day. :P hehehehee i thought they were yours.
    yeah, too close up, can't figure out it's the girl's hand. take note of that...

    ohhh, my shoes! then why didn't u take them and pass to me?? tonite u go back and return them back to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hwchoy
    Evon, the girl pics are wonderful. in fact in the second pic if possible to move the leaf behind the hand and perhaps also the one in front would make it more "stark", the green against the grey. I like the cropping, don't have to zoom out.

    thank you hwchoy, i will take note of the leaves next time. ^__^ dont really have the habit to move things about when doing outdoor shooting and dont really like to move to also, but i guess i should practice some compositing to make the picture better.


    Quote Originally Posted by silver.wolf
    yeah, too close up, can't figure out it's the girl's hand. take note of that...

    ohhh, my shoes! then why didn't u take them and pass to me?? tonite u go back and return them back to me.
    flare got the 'not close up' one hehe.. she has got a green bracelet on her hand. *note taken*

    hehe no need tonight lah, maybe next time :P you should have more shoes to wear, since this one worn out already. hehe..

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    Your shots are very creative. I like the first one. Never thought to shoot it at that angle.

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    Hi,
    I like your 1st and 3rd picture. Very nice composition and perspective!

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmc17479
    Your shots are very creative. I like the first one. Never thought to shoot it at that angle.
    the statue has very nice detailed feature, so i went up close. ^_^


    Quote Originally Posted by mich_2103
    Hi,
    I like your 1st and 3rd picture. Very nice composition and perspective!

    Cheers,
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    thanks for your comments!

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    Default Adding another pic

    Last edited by vonvonz; 4th March 2004 at 09:04 PM. Reason: fix image

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    I like the shot, the feeling is so sad.

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    must be from the old changi series... but ur pics have this very grim feel... esp the shoes n the overgrown vines...
    "I'm... dreaming... of a wide... angle~
    Just like the ones I used to know~"

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmc17479


    I like the shot, the feeling is so sad.

    thank you.


    Quote Originally Posted by denizenx
    must be from the old changi series... but ur pics have this very grim feel... esp the shoes n the overgrown vines...

    ya, it was taken on the same day. hmm is it a good or bad thing about being very grim?

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    it's a good thing if it's just a technique you can change. bad if all your shots are like that LOL...
    "I'm... dreaming... of a wide... angle~
    Just like the ones I used to know~"

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    Quote Originally Posted by denizenx
    it's a good thing if it's just a technique you can change. bad if all your shots are like that LOL...

    haha i can understand what you say. hehehe

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