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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    cannot see la... you don't know how to use facebook is it..
    I typed all these from my HP, later I add the link again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by arikyeo View Post
    It isn't L lens, but I haven't got to touch my bazooka love yet...

    Links working now :

    http://touch.facebook.com/?w2m#/phot...00000750349726
    So you got something like this now.....






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    So you got something like this now.....





    wa, you must have been in the pink of health when you took these pictures, and definitely use the most top end equipment to get them..!!!!

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    oh ya, you love plane.


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    Quote Originally Posted by deathrequiem View Post
    EXTREMELY AGREE WITH THAT! well said night86mare bro. and modern photography to me is not just about photo taking anymore, part of the creative process to express your ideas and how you want the photo to come out is PP.

    arikyeo dont lie to yourself, almost all good pictures you see nowadays have some form of PP applied, albeit a minimal amount. even if you shoot in jpeg, that is letting the camera PP for you liao.
    Maybe I'm still a bit laotu.... remember those good ol' days where everything is shot in film, & if your shot su#ks when you take it its gone? Sorry I'm still stuck at that era... Though I use digital instead of film

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    wa, you must have been in the pink of health when you took these pictures, and definitely use the most top end equipment to get them..!!!!
    i play cheat......i use tripod.

    The orginial actually look nicer.....i make it look not so nice by post processing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arikyeo View Post
    Maybe I'm still a bit laotu.... remember those good ol' days where everything is shot in film, & if your shot su#ks when you take it its gone? Sorry I'm still stuck at that era... Though I use digital instead of film
    i got lots of photo taken in film too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arikyeo View Post
    Maybe I'm still a bit laotu.... remember those good ol' days where everything is shot in film, & if your shot su#ks when you take it its gone? Sorry I'm still stuck at that era... Though I use digital instead of film
    did you know that:

    (1) different film have different characteristics, and that when you use velvia over provia, neopan over tri-x, you are essentially choosing a "picture style" in some sense?

    (2) the greatest film photographers spent quite a bit of time in the darkroom working on how to present their vision to their viewers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leong23 View Post
    i play cheat......i use tripod.

    The orginial actually look nicer.....i make it look not so nice by post processing it.
    alamak, why like that...

    you must delete your photoshop, burn your darkroom...

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    Quote Originally Posted by arikyeo View Post
    Maybe I'm still a bit laotu.... remember those good ol' days where everything is shot in film, & if your shot su#ks when you take it its gone? Sorry I'm still stuck at that era... Though I use digital instead of film
    eh? i thought you're a secondary school student? how old can the good ol' days be?
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    Default Re: Seems DSLR marketing has shifted.

    Quote Originally Posted by deathrequiem View Post
    eh? i thought you're a secondary school student? how old can the good ol' days be?
    Primary school.

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    Primary school.
    The big difference that sets us old men to those "want age" people is that we have different skin from them. They have crappy smooth skin, we have high quality wrinkled skin..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leong23 View Post
    i got lots of photo taken in film too.
    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    did you know that:

    (1) different film have different characteristics, and that when you use velvia over provia, neopan over tri-x, you are essentially choosing a "picture style" in some sense?

    (2) the greatest film photographers spent quite a bit of time in the darkroom working on how to present their vision to their viewers?
    Quote Originally Posted by deathrequiem View Post
    eh? i thought you're a secondary school student? how old can the good ol' days be?
    Quote Originally Posted by Leong23 View Post
    Primary school.

    No, I meant my dad's time... even until now he never liked PP, maybe I got infected... :bsmile:

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    Quote Originally Posted by arikyeo View Post
    No, I meant my dad's time... even until now he never liked PP, maybe I got infected... :bsmile:
    did your dad also pass the flu, headache and antibiotics to you?

    tsk tsk...

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    Quote Originally Posted by arikyeo View Post
    No, I meant my dad's time... even until now he never liked PP, maybe I got infected... :bsmile:
    Why bring your dad into the picture? Learn to admit your own mistake.

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    Default Re: Seems DSLR marketing has shifted.

    Quote Originally Posted by coolthought View Post
    You just want to sit down and relax at events ah?
    err... will pasting hello kitty stickers makes it less serious looking and hopefully arrow will be pointed at someone else?? joking....
    Eh, company event for desk-bound staff leh. I wanna enjoy playing the games, eat the food, mingle with my friends and BE IN THE PICTURES. Lol!

    Btw, would everyone here agree that having kit lens is not up to standard? Was at John 3:16 and they advised me AGAINST upgrading my kit lens to 18-135mm as it degrades picture quality. So what does that show?
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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    did your dad also pass the flu, headache and antibiotics to you?

    tsk tsk...
    Umm... no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leong23 View Post
    Why bring your dad into the picture? Learn to admit your own mistake.
    Lol, he was 1 of the reasons why I got into full manual photography...

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    Quote Originally Posted by koplady11 View Post
    Eh, company event for desk-bound staff leh. I wanna enjoy playing the games, eat the food, mingle with my friends and BE IN THE PICTURES. Lol!

    Btw, would everyone here agree that having kit lens is not up to standard? Was at John 3:16 and they advised me AGAINST upgrading my kit lens to 18-135mm as it degrades picture quality. So what does that show?
    Hmm... so far 18-135, 55-250 have poor image quality, so they're right...

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    Quote Originally Posted by arikyeo View Post
    Hmm... so far 18-135, 55-250 have poor image quality, so they're right...


    arikyeo, the sooner you spend less time looking at "image quality", the sooner you start composing your pictures, the sooner you will produce pictures you can be proud of, instead of having gear that you can be proud of.

    i have seen some people with top end gear producing pictures that my ah ma can do with a pns. on antibiotics, with flu and headache, at that.

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