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    Hi

    Some of the shots I took at my kitchen sink.

    What do u think ?

    http://www.pbase.com/image/31500457

    http://www.pbase.com/image/31500458

    http://www.pbase.com/image/31500454

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    your timing is there.. next.. try playing with the background and composition.
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    hey yongcheng

    great to hear from u... will try that in the future..hee

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    good try... agree with yongcheng tt ur timing is rite.... but try taking at a different angle..... and oso with a better bg..... here's my attempt http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=82827... check it out....
    anyway..... keep shooting....

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    Nice work... Would try out when I am free..

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    Nice try. May I suggest you play with the lighting and composition a bit. The pics appeared pretty dull.
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    may i ask how to do it? do u need any special equipment?

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    hi all.. thanks for your comments... ya... i think it looks rather dull as well... will try to play somehting with the light and composition....
    any suggestions ? like how I should do the setup ?

    hi bsplenden

    I did not use any special equipment, was using my 300D with kit lens to do the shots. It was done at my kitchen sink... hee.... it could be better if u use manual focus...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will03
    hi all.. thanks for your comments... ya... i think it looks rather dull as well... will try to play somehting with the light and composition....
    any suggestions ? like how I should do the setup ?

    hi bsplenden

    I did not use any special equipment, was using my 300D with kit lens to do the shots. It was done at my kitchen sink... hee.... it could be better if u use manual focus...
    hmm... i don't understand how to do it...

    how is it that u manage to focus so closely to the water droplet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsplenden
    hmm... i don't understand how to do it...

    how is it that u manage to focus so closely to the water droplet?
    use a macro zoom lens, try different shutter setting and most importantly, make use of light to create the effect and mood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oracle0711
    use a macro zoom lens, try different shutter setting and most importantly, make use of light to create the effect and mood.
    but he said he didn't use any special equipment other than his kit lens..

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    yup, just the lens kit and my kitchen sink... heee..
    but jus got to shoot n shoot till u get that shot that u want....
    I shoot these shots with the 550Ex though....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will03
    yup, just the lens kit and my kitchen sink... heee..
    but jus got to shoot n shoot till u get that shot that u want....
    I shoot these shots with the 550Ex though....
    the 550EX u toking abt is flash rite? sorry for the silly qns. not too familiar with canon products...

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    yup, its the external flash from Canon.... try to shoot .. i m sure u can do it...

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