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    Quote Originally Posted by MGohzxc View Post
    Hello uncle Clement, I post already, some more later... yes I will rest until sunset...again.
    take care... don't get 'burn out' from over-photography... you really have plenty of time. Pace yourself!

    health more important.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    take care... don't get 'burn out' from over-photography... you really have plenty of time. Pace yourself!

    health more important.
    I am ok... if sun is good in the evening, I need to shoot in my neighourhood for sunset. Is for my project and need to submit by Tuesday..

    Ps: my Dad already burn out.. roasted... he..he... he.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGohzxc View Post
    I am ok... if sun is good in the evening, I need to shoot in my neighourhood for sunset. Is for my project and need to submit by Tuesday..

    Ps: my Dad already burn out.. roasted... he..he... he.......
    wah.. I think today weather is good..

    take care of your dad... ^^
    He is more important than anything else..
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    wah.. I think today weather is good..

    take care of your dad... ^^
    He is more important than anything else..
    Hello skylover, nice to hear from you. ya lo.. he is sleeping now...

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    Hohoho..

    Today weather beri de hot, gd for IR
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    Hohoho..

    Today weather beri de hot, gd for IR
    Bro you siao IR liao...! Hahaha
    Exploring! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGohzxc View Post
    Hello skylover, nice to hear from you. ya lo.. he is sleeping now...
    hahha.. yap.. it has been quite sometime i MIA from this forum due to work..

    gd tt ur dad is having his rest.. Its quite tiring to wake up so early every weekend to chase the sun especially if you have a super heavy tiring weekday.. So recently I have chosen to sleep at home on Sat..
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    Dingaroo, morning - The NParks website has a 10-pages booklet.. Get it from here. The individual pages describes the level of difficulties for each section - ranging from "moderate to challenging" to "easy".. the booklet also highlight which part is "wheelchair-friendly"..
    Thanks for the info!

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    it's accessible, but pretty tough, especially the Hort Park - Henderson Waves part. The elevation change is a killer
    Wah, need to install 4X4WD engines on my 'car'!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dingaroo View Post
    Thanks for the info!



    Wah, need to install 4X4WD engines on my 'car'!
    Yeah I think will be too Siong and not so enjoyable in this case.
    They have made it accessible because there aren't steps, but some of the inclines...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    Bro you siao IR liao...! Hahaha
    Bro, the IR world swee leh.. Shd try it oneday man lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Numnumball View Post
    Bro, the IR world swee leh.. Shd try it oneday man lol
    The investment ($$) lagi swee...
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    The investment ($$) lagi swee...
    Cheap cheap nia.. Only need IR filter less than $200
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    Cheap cheap nia.. Only need IR filter less than $200
    would it be better to buy an old DSLR and mod, or buy a modded DSLR, or use standard DSLR with IR filter?

    wildcat was explaining the difference to me sometime back. The main difference is the exposure times...
    But generally IR photography requires strong sunlight, right? hmmmm, 'polar bear' like me won't enjoy such weather
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    NNB - was asking earlier in thread and you were highlighted as expert.. can advise on what you think of the Nikkor 105mmDC, Zeiss ZF2.f1.4 100mm, or Lecia R-mount tele lens..

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    Clem, sorry to change topic by cutting in with this list... hope you get your answer soon!


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    Date: December 16th (Thursday) 2010
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    Default Re: [SunChasersSG] - TCSS thread (Part IX)

    was very stressed out so went on a last minute shoot...


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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    would it be better to buy an old DSLR and mod, or buy a modded DSLR, or use standard DSLR with IR filter?

    wildcat was explaining the difference to me sometime back. The main difference is the exposure times...
    But generally IR photography requires strong sunlight, right? hmmmm, 'polar bear' like me won't enjoy such weather
    The benefit of having a mod IR cam is u dun have to endure long exposure each time u shoot.. And ya right, best is shoot during strong light for impact.

    This was shot yest at ard 3+pm. 1 min exposure.



    but to me lehchey leh, lugging another cam jus for tat purpose.. besides its cheaper with filter and also modding a cam for IR norm u will do it with lower end bodies.. if u ard used to pro bodies like D700, its so hard to fall back to like D40 or D70s or D80, if u know wad i mean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClemC View Post
    NNB - was asking earlier in thread and you were highlighted as expert.. can advise on what you think of the Nikkor 105mmDC, Zeiss ZF2.f1.4 100mm, or Lecia R-mount tele lens..
    Err.. i ain't expert..

    I will go for Zeiss Macro 100mm f/2 ZF anytime anyday..

    Becos tat jus me, but mind you, its fully manual, but render wonderful bokeh and color rendition for macro and portrait work (some might find the latter unflattering afterall its a macro lens)

    Depend on ur uses and expectations.

    I dont need it for macro becos it only render 1:2 reproduction ratio and i find the focal length bit short for macro work (using 200 micro f4/Voltlaigther 125mm)

    I dont need it becos its too short for portraiture work outdoor ( i m using 135DCf2)

    Leica? No prior experience so cant comment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    was very stressed out so went on a last minute shoot...

    Wah bro, u ok not? come out shoot oneday..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Numnumball View Post
    Err.. i ain't expert..
    I will go for Zeiss Macro 100mm f/2 ZF anytime anyday..
    Becos tat jus me, but mind you, its fully manual, but render wonderful bokeh and color rendition for macro and portrait work (some might find the latter unflattering afterall its a macro lens)
    Depend on ur uses and expectations.
    I dont need it for macro becos it only render 1:2 reproduction ratio and i find the focal length bit short for macro work (using 200 micro f4/Voltlaigther 125mm)
    I dont need it becos its too short for portraiture work outdoor ( i m using 135DCf2)

    Leica? No prior experience so cant comment.
    NNB - Thanks for info.. I just trying to get a auto/manual lens for both portrait & macro.. I think I cant get the best of both world and that is why I'm still thinking

    Guess for Portrait, the DC should be quite useful.. may I know if the AF works with D700?.. As you said 135mm is a better working distance for outdoor..

    I read form website about the good reviews of Zeiss ZF 100mm, there is also 1-2 comments about how difficult it is to manual focus with this lens, but I guess that is the minority.

    Lecia has always fascinate me with claims/comments about the colour rendition and bokeh.. guess it will just be a future, future option..

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