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    Quote Originally Posted by weegk View Post
    not 'zai' la . . . i 'pian jia pian jia' only.
    Oi...dun underestimate pian jia hor... in 3D Animation world, if you don't pian jia pian jia...you die one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Btw... what kind of material do you recommend for white backdrops har? I'm thinking of something like this, but DIY:
    I've used white paper and they crumble too easily, turns yellow over time.
    Can try going to shops like Spotlight and buying some white fabric. Or whatever colour tickles your fancy
    I think for studio backdrops, they use erm..... it's called mueslin or something... not sure about the spelling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    Can try going to shops like Spotlight and buying some white fabric. Or whatever colour tickles your fancy
    I think for studio backdrops, they use erm..... it's called mueslin or something... not sure about the spelling.
    its muslim, lah.... hehehehehe....

    agreed with ZCA go spotlight and wrap yourself there.... hehehehe...

    either go artshop find those white white durable piece of paper that doesnt turn yellow, dont know got or not also....
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    Paper normally will not reflect light that easily and that is why we normally use paper . . .

    You may wish to go to spotlight to find a white cloth instead. Please don't get those reflective type.
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    KRIG, this one also can...

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    Quote Originally Posted by akerue View Post
    its muslim, lah.... hehehehehe....

    agreed with ZCA go spotlight and wrap yourself there.... hehehehe...

    either go artshop find those white white durable piece of paper that doesnt turn yellow, dont know got or not also....
    You think I so vain isit? Go wrap myself...ptffff....

    Muslim, are those affordable or not? If not I'll go Spotlight look see look see... Why are they called Muslim har? Akerue, stop yank'n my chain!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    You think I so vain isit? Go wrap myself...ptffff....

    Muslim, are those affordable or not? If not I'll go Spotlight look see look see... Why are they called Muslim har? Akerue, stop yank'n my chain!
    hahahha, sorry its muslin not muslim.... my bad...


    Muslin (English pronunciation: /ˈmʌslɨn/, or less frequently: (/ˈmjuːsɨn/) is a type of loosely-woven cotton fabric, introduced to Europe from the Middle East in the 17th century. It became very popular at the end of the 18th century in France. Muslin is most typically a closely-woven unbleached or white cloth, produced from corded cotton yarn. Wide muslin is called "sheeting". It is often used to make dresses or curtains but may also be used to complement foam for bench padding. Muslin breathes well, and is a good choice of material for clothing meant for hot, dry climates.

    here why..
    Muslin is often the cloth of choice for theater sets. It is helpful in masking the background of sets and helping to establish the mood or feel of different scenes. It can be painted to look like countless different settings and, if treated properly, it can become semi-translucent.

    It also holds dyes very well. It is often used to create night time scenes because when it is dyed, it often gets a wavy look with the color varying slightly, such that it resembles a night sky. Muslin shrinks after it is painted, but it is widely used because it makes for a great paint surface.

    In video production as well, muslin can be used as a cheap greenscreen or bluescreen, either precolored or painted with latex paint (diluted with water). It is commonly used as a background for the chroma key technique.

    Muslin – the most common backdrop material used by photographers for formal portrait backgrounds – is usually painted, most often with an abstract mottled pattern.

    In the early days of silent film-making and up until the late 1910s, movie studios did not have the elaborate lights needed to illuminate indoor sets, so most interior scenes were sets built outdoors with large pieces of muslin hanging overhead to diffuse the lighting

    straight from WIKI... hahahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    You think I so vain isit? Go wrap myself...ptffff....

    Muslim, are those affordable or not? If not I'll go Spotlight look see look see... Why are they called Muslim har? Akerue, stop yank'n my chain!
    hahahah it's MUSLIN. He correct my spelling but spelt it wrongly himself

    I think the material has a nice texture for photography. And probably it's quite durable.
    Exploring! :)

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    Good morning Gentlemen!

    Skylover, you face any problem with you Di866? I was in a shop in Malaysia yesterday and they mentioned that Nissin flash do have some issue on the interface. Now I am stuck between SB900 and Di866.
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    I like those backdrop like concrete wall... any substitute, or really must have concrete wall?
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    what issue ? so far my friends have no problem with it . . .

    but i use SB900 . . . it get heated up easily when shoot in full power . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ongoinglearner View Post
    Good morning Gentlemen!

    Skylover, you face any problem with you Di866? I was in a shop in Malaysia yesterday and they mentioned that Nissin flash do have some issue on the interface. Now I am stuck between SB900 and Di866.
    When in doubt, get the best! SB900!!! Kekekekeke
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    hahahah it's MUSLIN. He correct my spelling but spelt it wrongly himself

    I think the material has a nice texture for photography. And probably it's quite durable.
    YEah loh. okays, I'll go look see... maybe there's affordable lobang in Mass market...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    I like those backdrop like concrete wall... any substitute, or really must have concrete wall?
    you may wish to print your 'backdrop' on canvass . . . this way you will have anything that you wanted. Hmmm . . . ask for matt finish.
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    WAWAWA SO MANY PAGES!! All into Studio shooting? Eh may i ask what is a definition of a strobe? I always thought strobist is a type of photographer that focuses on lighting on locations

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    I like those backdrop like concrete wall... any substitute, or really must have concrete wall?
    Come, you invite us to your bedroom and we help you knock down the plasters can? Sure have genuine brick one... problem is, grey type or reddish version...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    there's a CSer called Castwind who's selling a portable strobe (600W i think).
    But with the battery pack, I wouldn't really call it portable

    I'm quite interested in his 3 x 160W strobes selling for <$400.
    Price seems really good, considering that it includes just about everything needed (light stands, umbrella, softbox, etc).
    BUT... I don't have the space
    Bro, might as well wait for my container...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeezuinn View Post
    WAWAWA SO MANY PAGES!! All into Studio shooting? Eh may i ask what is a definition of a strobe? I always thought strobist is a type of photographer that focuses on lighting on locations
    this one another one...~~!! GO pls USe GOOGLE.... heheheheheheheh.....
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    Default Re: DNP0i$onou$ Clubh0us3 - TCSS Part III

    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Btw... what kind of material do you recommend for white backdrops har? I'm thinking of something like this, but DIY:

    I've used white paper and they crumble too easily, turns yellow over time.
    Bro, just buy a light tent la. cheap cheap only...

    Especially if you buy it in china..

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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Bro, might as well wait for my container...
    oh yes, when it is coming, need to get a lot of stuffs.... hahahahahahha
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