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    Default Some Pics from Redang. Need pointers...

    Berjaya


    Coast


    Sunset


    Blue Blue waters


    Water Bridge
    Last edited by kylelam77; 4th May 2002 at 12:18 PM.

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    Ok, was that wat u did to the first photo?

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    i swear i saw someone posting here about asking me to rename my files....wat just happened?

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    Originally posted by kylelam77
    Ok, was that wat u did to the first photo?
    Yap, use the [IMG] tag, but your photos size is way too BIG, maybe you can resize it to the longest end 700.

    For more information:

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/misc.php?...=faq&page=3#32

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    Thanks for the tip. I realised they were too big too.......

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    Phew, finally. Hope no more screwups..........

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    Hee back from ur Redang trip ah?

    Nice shots and very beautiful scenary....doh I'm sick and tired of taking pics in Singapore liao haha

    1st and 3rd pic very nice and sharp.

    However for the 2nd and 4th pic, are they taken on a gloomy day? Cos looks a bit underexposed, perhaps next time can try taking +0.3 or +0.7 EV? (Best if u can bracket)

    The LCD preview is always definately brighter than what you see on ur PC monitor so it might be quite misleading.

    Glad to see scenaries shot taken by a C2040Z user

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    yah, just came back. Can u explain to me more about bracketing? Wat does it do and how can i use this function? I had a hard time trying to get the rite combi. the sun was so bright that i had to set F6-7 and 1/500-1/600 sec shutter speed. Dun know if i did the rite thing or not also.....

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    Originally posted by kylelam77
    yah, just came back. Can u explain to me more about bracketing? Wat does it do and how can i use this function? I had a hard time trying to get the rite combi. the sun was so bright that i had to set F6-7 and 1/500-1/600 sec shutter speed. Dun know if i did the rite thing or not also.....
    Basically bracketing means to take pictures of the same scenario but using a different EV for every shot.

    So if you're not too sure of the LCD results, eg. for 1 scenary, u can take with -0.3, 0.0, 0.3. So you will have 3 pics of different exposure. Just pick the one with the best results.

    For normal digital cams like our C2040Z, there's a function which will ease the above steps. You can refer to page 87 of the C2040Z CD document for more details on how to use it

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    Great! Thanks!

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    very nice pictures

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    Thanks! Still learning how to use the camera well......

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