For those who feel that their pictures aren't good and received bad comments from the tiong bahru thread, please don't feel discourage. I myself feel that the place aren't as easy to take good pictures. I did receive bad comments too from seniors, I would say they are straight forward, tells you what wrong u did. The only thing u do is not to argue, rather than to reflect on your pictures.
Think fast, aim for the best !
wow..nice 1 ler
i want join? when can start for hunting? text me ya..
I've notice that this particularly outing "Beginners Outing(Part 14)-Chinatown/Club St/Maxwell Rd/Lau Pa Sat on the 17 July" is kind of ambitious.
3 hours to cover 11 places of interests.
In each place, you still need to take some time to walk around to find the right angle and composition for a good shot. You will be lucky to find the "right" angles and compositions when you are rushing.
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Vision is more important than gear
There's also no point arguing as really, everyone's opinion is different. A good friend of mine commented before that, "it is the viewer that completes the picture", and though we can't aim to please everyone, our purpose as photographers is to instill our thought process into our work, in the hope that our 'message' will be interpreted the way we hope it will be.
continue from the landscape thread..
if not people say i OT there.
cleon, i am very relax already LOL!
just that see some people ownself also not very good, but talk like damn big and good like that,
si bei BTH sia.
i dont mind they comment of the pictures, but the way they sound is like "I AM VERY GOOD"