May I join too?
I can take photo, and I love MacDonald's ice cream...
Here i expose myself.
*taken by my wife with her iPhone while the hubby run over to the dry caby to assemble the cam.
A true photograph need not be explained, nor can it be contained in words.
Just come la
Please pm me if interested I'll give you my contact and the location to meet
Wow just saw some photos taken at the Satay Club place there.
I wonder how the folks there must've felt.
Having their peace disrupted.
I remembered the last time a group of kids went to the place
B was complaining to me very bitterly about the broken peace.
lol yes i saw the photos too.. lol most of them not of the place they went to though!
say, lower peirce, if have 10 photographers scrambling around the rocks, i guarantee you only one guy will get a passable shot, and that is the one without any other photographers in his picture, and if all use UWA there will only be one guy getting a passable shot.
or you have to take turns. sad to say, you won't know which moment has the best light, i cannot say that i am kind enough to sit back and take turns and not feel anything if the best light happens when it is the other guy's turn.
i think 5 for a large area is the maximum to make sure that you don't get in each other's way.
unless you all want to stand far far back around the same area and provide slightly different angles of the same thing... which is what happens a lot nowadays.
one of my friends complained to me that it wasn't bad enough that travel/landscapes was smothered with singapore photos, but it got worse with all these group outings, because he would click on the thread, and end up seeing 8000 pictures that looked like different wb used, but 100% same composition, taken at the same time.
it is like taking a model, mass photoshoot versus one-on-one proper collaboration, which do you think is better? your subject is the landscape, over-crowding your subject is not going to give you good results overall.
and on another note, it is my feeling (and i don't stand alone in this) that too much emphasis is being placed on techniques, technicalities, equipment.
granted, technique, technical knowledge is important, as is equipment. but all these don't matter a single bit if you end up with a bunch of parrots who just "parrot" your composition. the question is, what do you want to teach? how do you want to teach? do you want people to just blindly follow, and left on their own they will not understand or flounder and just stare blankly at you, asking you "what to do next?" "how?"
and then there are those who can tell that "lens very sharp" from a 800 pixel photo........ i don't know what to say about that.