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    Been raining for the past few days...lesser outdoor shooting trips for everyone I guess

    wondering if any gutsy CSers went to shoot the floods!!!!????

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    i was just thinking of that....yesterday morning

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    do what I do lor.. shoot "macro" with 640mm... LOL
    "I'm... dreaming... of a wide... angle~
    Just like the ones I used to know~"

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    can... shoot with an underwater casing lor.

    tada! recruitment drive for the Underwater section of Clubsnap...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sehsuan
    can... shoot with an underwater casing lor.

    tada! recruitment drive for the Underwater section of Clubsnap...
    Or shoot in the rain with a weather proof camera like EOS 1v, 1Ds, F5...etc?
    Or buy a rain cover for SLR cameras.

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    It's a great time for photography I guess. Some of the great landscape photos are taken in extreme weather. It's up to one's creativity I guess.

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    I was out shoooting yesterday in Little India when it started raining. Think the rain is great - you get lots of interesting shots of people doing funny things, and atmospherics (esp the 10-30 minutes before it starts raining) are good too. Tri-X, Tri-X...

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    Er, guys, you don't have to be in the rain to shoot the rain, you know. Duh.

    My work area was flooded, and traffic stalled. One bus had smoke coming out and was stuck in front of the bus-stop. i ran for my camera. But i was too chicken to go nearer to shoot - the pavement, drains and roads all merged into one brown surface, and my camera isn't an underwater one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ST1100
    Er, guys, you don't have to be in the rain to shoot the rain, you know. Duh.

    My work area was flooded, and traffic stalled. One bus had smoke coming out and was stuck in front of the bus-stop. i ran for my camera. But i was too chicken to go nearer to shoot - the pavement, drains and roads all merged into one brown surface, and my camera isn't an underwater one.
    Reminds me of Olympus's TV ad (the guy photographing the lion)
    "Get closer without getting closer"

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