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    Quote Originally Posted by Caiwj View Post
    that's a promising spot dude!

    still remember the first time i went there, i missed the yolk.. instead, i got stuck there due to the pouring rain and luckily i had a disposable poncho in my bag.. it helps little though.. haha.. cause of the wind, i took quite a long period of time wearing that and it doesn't really cover all in that kinda weather and my shoe all got soaked. haha..

    This is the place I wanna go after seeing those pics, cant wait to try 'em out myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by koplady11 View Post
    Very nice... But go for sunrise cfm need GND filters rite?
    The very "ON" one will do multiple exposure and HDR process..

    The "On" one will use GND..

    The BoChap one will just photoshop..

    You belong to which type?

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    Any walking instructions to Tampines quarry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tecrec View Post
    Any walking instructions to Tampines quarry?
    I rmb there used to be a small route to walk in. From tampines ave 10 u walk in. Now still have anot, not sure already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limsgp View Post
    The very "ON" one will do multiple exposure and HDR process..

    The "On" one will use GND..

    The BoChap one will just photoshop..

    You belong to which type?
    I hardcore photoshopper. Haha. But if get a nice pic no need to siong like mad kind of edit wat.
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    Anyone up for coffee and photography chit chat?

    I'm kinda bored.

    somewhere in Bedok or Tampines??
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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    Anyone up for coffee and photography chit chat?

    I'm kinda bored.

    somewhere in Bedok or Tampines??
    why not do it here? hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caiwj View Post
    why not do it here? hahaha
    Bored of home made coffee... haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by koplady11 View Post
    I hardcore photoshopper. Haha. But if get a nice pic no need to siong like mad kind of edit wat.
    Hardware limitation. The sensor doesn't have sufficient dynamic range represent all the light levels in different part of the frame.

    The brighter region could be overexposed while the darker region is underexposed.

    So it's necessary to exposure 1 for the highlights, and leave the shadow black, and expose 1 for the shadows, leaving the highlights blown. Then the 2 exposure is blended, so that details of the bright region and the dark region is retained.

    It's not possible to get a well-exposed good Single Shot. Unless there is advancement in sensor technology which is not available presently.


    Edit: I may have mis-interpreted your comment. Perhaps if you use a GND, ya, you may get a nice pic in 1 shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Limsgp View Post
    Hardware limitation. The sensor doesn't have sufficient dynamic range represent all the light levels in different part of the frame.

    The brighter region could be overexposed while the darker region is underexposed.

    So it's necessary to exposure 1 for the highlights, and leave the shadow black, and expose 1 for the shadows, leaving the highlights blown. Then the 2 exposure is blended, so that details of the bright region and the dark region is retained.

    It's not possible to get a well-exposed good Single Shot. Unless there is advancement in sensor technology which is not available presently.


    Edit: I may have mis-interpreted your comment. Perhaps if you use a GND, ya, you may get a nice pic in 1 shot.
    Yeah, that's what I meant. Coz I think there is a limit to how much ps can do if the pics are over or underexposed. So capturing it in a well-exposed shot is quite impt esp when sunrise coz it just gets brighter unlike sunsets...

    Which... I can prob use a bit of sfoto's if he comes along since he has GND filter and we both same camera....
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    Quote Originally Posted by koplady11 View Post
    Yeah, that's what I meant. Coz I think there is a limit to how much ps can do if the pics are over or underexposed. So capturing it in a well-exposed shot is quite impt esp when sunrise coz it just gets brighter unlike sunsets...

    Which... I can prob use a bit of sfoto's if he comes along since he has GND filter and we both same camera....
    haha, buy the tianya one lo, the GND, cheap cheap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by takafan View Post
    haha, buy the tianya one lo, the GND, cheap cheap!
    Ard how much ah? Anyway I'm quite a blur queen with filters coz I know nuts about using them. Haha.
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    Reporting in from Pasir Ris

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    Quote Originally Posted by torak View Post
    Reporting in from Pasir Ris
    Hello!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by torak View Post
    Reporting in from Pasir Ris
    Wow, i love Super Dog, lol

    Pasir Ris, first thing comes to my mind is Super Dog. Very happy ever since they had this branch and not just in ViVo only, then also E-Hub

    Edit: Oh, too hungry to remember. Yes, welcome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by torak View Post
    Reporting in from Pasir Ris
    Welcome torak!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by koplady11 View Post
    Ard how much ah? Anyway I'm quite a blur queen with filters coz I know nuts about using them. Haha.
    Haha, read your PM, i've sent u.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koplady11 View Post
    Ard how much ah? Anyway I'm quite a blur queen with filters coz I know nuts about using them. Haha.
    To make best use of monies.. get the better filter, like the B&W one.. a good filter will serve you well..

    getting a lousy filter then upgrade later is a waste of monies. filters, unlike electronics like camera, won't obsolete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koplady11 View Post
    Yeah, that's what I meant. Coz I think there is a limit to how much ps can do if the pics are over or underexposed. So capturing it in a well-exposed shot is quite impt esp when sunrise coz it just gets brighter unlike sunsets...
    Using GND is one way. However, note that it will impose a restriction on the composition. i.e. the horizon will always have to be at the center or sthg like that.

    Of coz.. you can crop later to your likings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limsgp View Post
    To make best use of monies.. get the better filter, like the B&W one.. a good filter will serve you well..

    getting a lousy filter then upgrade later is a waste of monies. filters, unlike electronics like camera, won't obsolete.
    Erm... Why is Tianya GND a lousy one?

    I must prove u wrong, haha!

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