Folks!! Here's for you to discuss about ACP #8
Must attend for all landscape newbies
Too bad no slot for oldies
Last edited by dleugene; 13th August 2010 at 11:49 AM.
nice meeting u at SAM... tks so much for sharing your knowledge!!
will try my best to get a seat in your next outing... i am always too slow...
so fast full liao... =(
Nikkon D90 | AF-S NIKKOR 18-105mm 1:35-5.6G | DI866 External Flashlight | AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.4G
Had a meeting this morning. Come back check forum already full.
finally manage to get a slot for myself. i am still very new to photography hope to learn from the experts
Poor Man With Expensive Hobby
Same here. Hope that I can learn to shoot better from the outing. 'tickets' sold out very fast here
I'm at 4th reserves list, so fast full already
Canon 5D Mark II | 24-70mm f2.8 L | 50mm f1.4
エイドリアン-D700|D90|T11-16 f/2.8|S20 f/1.8|35 f/2D|35-70 f/2.8D|50 f/1.4D|85 f/3.5 Micro|70-300VR
People!! Thanks for the responses. I appreciate the fact that the session is over-subscribed but I'd like to keep the group small for the obvious reasons.
Some suggestions on what to bring.
1) DSLR or any other form of camera capable of making long exposures for the night cityscapes.
2) Wide angle lenses for cityscapes e.g. 16-35mm, 10-22mm and the likes.
3) Medium range lenses for architectural abstracts e.g. 24-70mm, 70-200mm, 18-55mm. etc.
4) Sturdy tripod for long exposures.
5) Remote release for bulb exposures (optional)
6) Filters e.g. CPL, NDs, etc (optional)
7) Water (optional). There are drink stalls around.
8) Carry around snacks (optional).
Will try No promises yet, been wanting to follow your walkabout
A picture a day keeps the blues away!
Still got space for 1?
I'm uploading some examples of the CBD taken from the Esplanade amphitheatre. The examples were taken at different focal lengths so that you guys can have an idea of what to expect with the equipment you are using currently. Bear in mind that all examples were taken with full frame cameras so you need to do a little bit of calculation if you are using cropped bodies.