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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    try shooting this subject from the side. I.e. perpendicular.

    and increase the DOF.
    parallel to the subject, not perpendicular.
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    Hello finish dinner already and so full. Just pp one more. Please help to see if you can find it obvious. Clone off the horizon. Make zoom moving clouds. See if you can find something else.
    Trying out a new way but not for all photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    try shooting this subject from the side. I.e. perpendicular.

    and increase the DOF.
    Alright noted! Thanks!

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    I never liked K.
    I die hard J fan.
    I SUPPORT U!

    seriously i always catch no ball when ppl talk abt snsd (right?). i mean u have what. 8 girls, and i have no idea who am i suppsoed to be supporting. so messy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGohzxc View Post
    Hello finish dinner already and so full. Just pp one more. Please help to see if you can find it obvious. Clone off the horizon. Make zoom moving clouds. See if you can find something else.
    Trying out a new way but not for all photos.

    you make the foreground glow?
    you clone half of the horizon, the other half still there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mojopy View Post

    you make the foreground glow?
    you clone half of the horizon, the other half still there.
    yes of course the rocks are still there. Do the curves and shadow highlights on the rocks. Cloning off the horizon because of the ships. Take a look again. Anything obvious? I ask because is something Im trying out but not for other photos which may not work at all.

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    Ok I have to do my revision first. Come back later and check if anyone knows something about the horizon besides getting rid of the ships and the land.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojopy View Post
    parallel to the subject, not perpendicular.
    Parallel is


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    aren't we supposed to be shooting it from the side and not along it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    Parallel is


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    aren't we supposed to be shooting it from the side and not along it?
    i meant the lens position.
    it must be parallel to the plane of the subject.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGohzxc View Post
    Hello finish dinner already and so full. Just pp one more. Please help to see if you can find it obvious. Clone off the horizon. Make zoom moving clouds. See if you can find something else.
    Trying out a new way but not for all photos.
    Your rock is glowing, one way to solve this is to go easy on shadow highlight,

    another way is to clone and then erase top cloned layer

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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    Parallel is


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    aren't we supposed to be shooting it from the side and not along it?
    Depends on what part of subject you are talking about mar.

    Think teacher is talking about having the sensor parallel to the length of the body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojopy View Post
    i meant the lens position.
    it must be parallel to the plane of the subject.
    aiyah both also correct... something like that right?


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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewtansj View Post
    aiyah both also correct... something like that right?

    evil evil evil
    i don't have this....

    the most commonly and understood term would be parallel or in plane?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crystal1993

    I never liked K.
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    No one mediacorp or Tvb fan here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mojopy View Post
    evil evil evil
    i don't have this....

    the most commonly and understood term would be parallel or in plane?
    i don't know... have to ask master leong... i remembered he telling me parallel...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    Parallel is


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    perpedicular is

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    aren't we supposed to be shooting it from the side and not along it?
    Whether parallel or perpenticular is not important.

    The most important is the brand of the camera.

    And who is your master.

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