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    Nice sunsets!! Next time going early must jio mah Big thanks for letting me play with ur lens

    Some of my chobo shots

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowspeeder
    Many thanks to willyfoo for organizing this outing! Appreciate your sharing of photo-taking skills. And I've learnt a some new things today!

    Here're my photo takings of the day:

    http://homepage.mac.com/lundywong/Dr...oAlbum109.html
    I'm not an expert at this and I'm learning as well.. just sharing with u guys the little I know... I've learnt something new today too... like covering the lens with black cloth when the bridge starts vibrating..
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    Another group shot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by willyfoo
    Here's the group shot!!!
    i was there, but not in the picture, then before you could say "adobe photoshop CS", i'm in the picture.

    thanks willy for the great time, learned a number of neat tricks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CYRN
    Went there early... very lucky able to get these.







    And this...



    enjoy
    2nd and 3rd photos looks good to me.

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    Thanx to Willy for organising the nite shoot, had a wonderful time. BTW, I am no. 4 from the left in the standing group shot. Have some photos to post but first must figure out how to post

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    It was a fun yesterday, everybody was shooting. Willy is so excited that he thought of the idea using the finger with the black cloth to improve the photos

    Thanks for organising this outing

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    as suggested by Willy, Fullerton covered 8 sec out of 16.



    my camera (Oly 5050) can only open 16 sec max, that's why the trail of the junk boat is so short. quite a challenge to time the junk boat with 12 sec self-timer delay.



    construction site on the way down. taken handheld, f1.8 iso 400, no flash.



    super efficient, posting pic at Mc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosea
    Great to hear you guys had a wonderful time shooting and learning.
    Just curious, the black card covering method taught for 8sec was covering half or 2/3 the lens from the top?
    If the intention is to have a long trail , would a longer than 16 sec be needed ( say 30sec) with the biggest F# available.
    Saw most photo posted here didnt managed to have a long trail of the boat's light

    I wanted to ask you if you've shot IR directly at the sun.
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    Some of mine to share. Last night too tired to post...








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    Default a few of my shots that evening

    here's my contribution...

    the blue night approaches...


    in vertical format...


    the lights come on...


    and the show begins...


    another one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CYRN
    Went there early... very lucky able to get these.



    enjoy
    May I know from which vantage point you took this great shot from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowspeeder
    Many thanks to willyfoo for organizing this outing! Appreciate your sharing of photo-taking skills. And I've learnt a some new things today!

    Here're my photo takings of the day:

    http://homepage.mac.com/lundywong/Dr...oAlbum109.html
    Hi Snowspeeder, your group shot turned out very nice , can mail me a hi-res copy? Would like to develop it. My group shot looks like nuclear explosion!! lol.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecc35
    Hi Snowspeeder, your group shot turned out very nice , can mail me a hi-res copy? Would like to develop it. My group shot looks like nuclear explosion!! lol.....
    Sure...pm me your email address. The photo is 2.7 MB in size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patch17
    here's my contribution...

    the blue night approaches...


    in vertical format...


    the lights come on...


    and the show begins...


    another one...

    Hey Patch, your pictures look very different, like more contrasty. And your junk boat trail is longer, I very jealous

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    some more pictures from the nite shoot.



    taken in portrait position to show the colours of the reflection



    a view from esplanade. perspective distortion corrected in ps.



    caught some cs members in the frame. when i view in ps can see one in blue shirt and one in orange, dunno your names tho....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecc35
    Hey Patch, your pictures look very different, like more contrasty. And your junk boat trail is longer, I very jealous
    hmmm... this kodak HD film seems to be good stuff. did a bit of levels adjustment and USM in PS. as for the longer boat trails... i kept the shutter open for 30 sec. hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrilng
    May I know from which vantage point you took this great shot from?
    Shears bridge...slightly higher than where the night shots was taken. Using 28-135 IS + 1.4x extender. Manually adjust -2.5 and -3.5 stops from the metered reading.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CYRN
    Shears bridge...slightly higher than where the night shots was taken. Using 28-135 IS + 1.4x extender. Manually adjust -2.5 and -3.5 stops from the metered reading.

    Thanks for the detailed info!

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    caught some cs members in the frame. when i view in ps can see one in blue shirt and one in orange, dunno your names tho....



    i think the orange one is me.. ha

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