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    newbie? sure or not?

    well done! the colours arent as vivid as i'd like though, but that might be my monitor..

    Keep shooting!

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    Geez,
    nice shots all! What system are you using, please don't say P&S or I'm selling all my gear tomorrow .

    btw, welcome to CS .

    Regards,

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    great shots..keep it up...though i am inclined to believe tt u are newbie only to this forum and not photog....haha..

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    Thanks for all ur kind comments
    I only got my camera last year. A Canon EOS66 film camera, so all those pics are scanned. The ones that i posted are those that i feel 'can make it' one, in fact some of them are 'accidental' works I must confess. I still got alot to learn and brush up on my techniques.

    Quote Originally Posted by drummercow
    newbie? sure or not?

    well done! the colours arent as vivid as i'd like though, but that might be my monitor..

    Keep shooting!

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    Only flaw is the sky is too bright, maybe overexposed

    Quote Originally Posted by foxtwo

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    Quote Originally Posted by de_stan
    Only flaw is the sky is too bright, maybe overexposed
    Overcast sky so got no details, nothing much u can do bt it unless thru PS. Alternatively u can crop from the top-right side downwards to reduce the amount of sky and bring more focus to the foreground.


    Cropped and leveled on PS.
    Last edited by foxtwo; 6th July 2004 at 01:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by de_stan
    so all those pics are scanned.
    Wah... what scanner and what resolutions do you use to scan those photos?
    Very sharp and don't notice there are from scanner quality leh...
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    Im using a Epson Perfection 2400 Photo scanner, actually it belongs to my office not my personal one lah.
    As for resolution im not too sure, its all pre-set i think.

    Quote Originally Posted by ST_sg
    Wah... what scanner and what resolutions do you use to scan those photos?
    Very sharp and don't notice there are from scanner quality leh...

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    hmmmm....got ya cam last year....then u no more newbie liao la....haha...i only started this year lo....

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