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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    this is very nice. can consider conversion to bnw.

    train causing that bottom right corner thing?
    That was my hand
    Unfortunately that the best of about 8 pictures I took (standing err.. next to SMRT staff). The next day I went back with CPL and the lights were off already.. tunnel all dark.

    Without my hand, it would have been this

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    oh yeah, the train brightness, i forgot about that.

    maybe you can try smashing all the lights

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    Decisions, Decisions, Decisions


    World Wide View

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    That was my hand
    Unfortunately that the best of about 8 pictures I took (standing err.. next to SMRT staff). The next day I went back with CPL and the lights were off already.. tunnel all dark.

    Without my hand, it would have been this
    even with CPL still have the reflection? noob here, not very sure of the outcome of CPL

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeeeey View Post
    even with CPL still have the reflection? noob here, not very sure of the outcome of CPL
    Didn't manage to take another photo with CPL coz they switched off the lights when I went back the next day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Didn't manage to take another photo with CPL coz they switched off the lights when I went back the next day.
    oh ya. missed out that point you mentioned earlier. Sorry.

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    Chinese New Year flag

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    I love the circle of life Tunnel vision.

    The timing for the circle of life is so good. I try to shoot some bird before . But they always flew away b4 I am ready

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supersimon27 View Post
    I love the circle of life Tunnel vision.

    The timing for the circle of life is so good. I try to shoot some bird before . But they always flew away b4 I am ready
    Haha. I have the opposite problem. I walk towards birds to make them fly away... they hop hop hop away. I walk faster... they hop faster or hop to left and right. I guess they are too used to feeders and people already.

    Dug up this picture from last year coz I was looking for an example for night86mare to correct "wonky verticals". As such, I will name this pix after him

    "Willy Wonky"

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    En-block


    Circle Of Life ver II


    Inter Net


    The Rock


    Nuff said (couldn't resist putting this in.. haha)

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    Break

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Tunnel visions
    hi, nice shot of the train tunnel u were standing at the ens of the train? can see the tracks??
    Last edited by old-newbird; 18th February 2010 at 06:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old-newbird View Post
    hi, nice shot of the train tunnel u were standing at the ens of the train? can see the tracks??
    Yeap. Just lucky the lights were switched on

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    A couple of shots with 50mm f1.4 (75mm on 1.5x crop factor). Composing means using legs when possible. Hardly cropped anything but I did a few straightenings.

    Multi-directional


    Iced


    Old houses


    One rotten orange


    One painted table

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    Brick house


    Stop Look Go


    Grandma goes nuts seriously


    BOOMZ


    Moebius loop

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    Loose ends


    Lens check


    Bridged view


    End of 50mm shots (for now...)
    Thanks for viewing.
    Last edited by wildcat; 22nd February 2010 at 02:02 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Stop Look Go
    Cool! next time i must try..sideways up,upside down

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    Quote Originally Posted by r00ki3 View Post
    Cool! next time i must try..sideways up,upside down
    Haha. That is also the only photo I cheated with the 50mm series. Did some major cropping to get just the subject

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    Quote Originally Posted by r00ki3 View Post
    Cool! next time i must try..sideways up,upside down
    I just realize who you are. @#$%
    Next time I don't share prata with you anymore! Kekeke
    (sorry, I've yet to match all the names of my friends with nicks yet)

    This could be you... or not!

    A 2nd photographer's perspective
    Last edited by wildcat; 1st March 2010 at 03:08 PM.

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    Love is hard

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