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    Quote Originally Posted by Garion
    Wow look at all the big glass!

    Here's the lineup (correct me if I'm wrong)

    From L to R :

    300mm f/4
    70-200mm f/2.8 VR
    400mm f/2.8
    600mm f/4
    500mm f/4
    200-400mm f/4 VR

    Bodies, clockwise from top, D2H, D1x, D100, D70, MB-16 batt grip (?)
    Wow Sgt Garion joining tomorrow morning ? Can wake up or not ?

    By the way, you sound like you've joined the dark side (being able to ID those lens ) ?

    Welcome to the Dark Side, my young padawan.
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    The forcast for morning seems to be quite ok for the western part...

    http://app.nea.gov.sg/cms/htdocs/mss2.asp

    Further Outlook for Singapore Till 3PM 18-07-04

    Showers with thunder in the morning mainly over northern southern and eastern Singapore

    Temperature: 24 to 31 degrees Celsius
    Relative Humidity: 65 to 95 percent

    .... But I hope I will not be activate for mobilisation...

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    Final Update

    My apologies to everyone for the late update, I was tied up with chngpe01, Fred and s_wrx over at the venue for the 2nd session (lunch/workshop). We were preparing the place for the event this afternoon.

    For those who are taking the transportation to the birdpark, please meet by 8am at Boon Lay MRT station control. I, Larry and other CS members will be there to liaise the transport.

    For those who are driving to the birdpark on your own, please meet outside the birdpark (the gate along the road) by 8:30am. chngpe01 and other CS members will be there to liaise with you.

    That's about all, cya all tomorrow!

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    The workshop has been a SUCCESS! It was wonderful meeting everyone and we had great fun!

    Now the participants are safely on their way home. Will be looking forward to your shots, y'all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by s_wrx
    The workshop has been a SUCCESS! It was wonderful meeting everyone and we had great fun!

    Now the participants are safely on their way home. Will be looking forward to your shots, y'all!
    Thanks very much to s_wrx, Avatar and especially the volunteers who shared with the rest of us the finer aspects of bird photography and the use of long lenses.

    Already looking forward to the next outing !

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    Thanks to Avatar & Chngpe01 for organising this... hope everyone had a good time

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    it's an eye opener for me
    i surely enjoyed it very much

    thanks to those organisers who spend so much effort in making it a successful outing

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    Very successful workshop. Hope everyone had a chance to learn something new today.

    PS: Any one had that famous Sgt. shot ?
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    Sob sob....... too bad that this happen on a sunday which I usually cannot make it

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    Special thanks to Harlequin too for making his lens available. Appreciate it.

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    Not forgetting Nikon SIngapore for their 'loan' of the big mama lenses . Thanks to everyone who organized one way or another, and it was nice meeting you all!

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    Thanks to Avatar for his loan of his D2H and Harlequin for his D2H + 600/4 and also the other helpers like Fred, Michelle and PE. Not forgetting our 'lens-hood hero' - Garion as well

    I certainly enjoyed the session and learned many things as well. Total nOoB enjoying myself. Looking forward to the next Nikon + Clubsnap collaboration again.

    How about having more D2H and SB-800s this time? Heehee...

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    Thanks to all who made this event a resounding sucess.

    And congratulations to our Lens Hood Hero's promotion. It was well deserved.

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    A picture of the famous Lens Hood promoter would be ideal.
    http://www.avianwatchasia.org for some real bird photos
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    Thanks to Nikon Singapore, Chngpe01, Avatar, Jeremy (and Mrs), Harlequin, Fred, s_wrx, willyfoo, Larry, Garion and all the participants for making this workshop a successful!

    I am pleased to be a part of this event.

    Did anyone notice that JBP is equally a success? (No doubt, there are rooms for further improvements ) For one thing, I am actually seeing various species of birds breeding within JBP! These birds are adapting very well here. That in itself is another good reason to cheer about!

    Hurray!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skfoo
    Thanks to Nikon Singapore, Chngpe01, Avatar, Jeremy (and Mrs), Harlequin, Fred, s_wrx, willyfoo, Larry, Garion and all the participants for making this workshop a successful!

    I am pleased to be a part of this event.

    Did anyone notice that JBP is equally a success? (No doubt, there are rooms for further improvements ) For one thing, I am actually seeing various species of birds breeding within JBP! These birds are adapting very well here. That in itself is another good reason to cheer about!

    Hurray!
    Those chesnut bee-eaters looks fat and full of energy. Well its time for us to go JBP during the low season.
    Lots of shooting opportunity.
    Last edited by Harlequin; 18th July 2004 at 09:36 PM.
    http://www.avianwatchasia.org for some real bird photos
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    Thanks to the organisers for making this outing possible! It's greatly appreciated!
    The sharing session was equally beneficial. Will definitely try those shooting tips I picked up today.
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    Really an eye opener! Thanks to the organisers and volunteers for the equipments and valuable advices... too bad can't join the afternoon session. wonder who got the best shot. Looking forward to more similar event. Thanks!

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    Wink thank you

    a personal 'thank you' for the organisers and volunteers who made the event possible. pity the volunteers who had to carry the 'canons' around JBP, wish they had provided trolleys for you

    it was a very fruitful workshop for me as i did pick up many tips from Harlequin - and it's also good to meet fellow clubsnappers.

    will be looking forward to more workshops from Clubsnap and nikon!

    cheers!
    Last edited by swimcraze; 19th July 2004 at 10:38 AM.

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