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    Quote Originally Posted by ransoma22
    Nice, if the photographer furthest was looking to the rear would have enhabced your caption even more.

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    this should be digital convert to B&W right?
    Coz it really looked like film to me

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    coke21: Thanks~! Hope he turn back though but not much of the time. Happen just like that

    SniperD: Salah. Taken with Tri-x ISO1600. It look like digitally converted??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ransoma22
    coke21: Thanks~! Hope he turn back though but not much of the time. Happen just like that

    SniperD: Salah. Taken with Tri-x ISO1600. It look like digitally converted??

    Nope.. hehehe... just that I was experimenting converting digital to B&W and roughly gotten the same results.

    But looking at it closely now, it bears the trademeark of film and Tri-X film

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    Is that me in the foreground ? woh, did know I am so thin .
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SniperD
    Nope.. hehehe... just that I was experimenting converting digital to B&W and roughly gotten the same results.

    But looking at it closely now, it bears the trademeark of film and Tri-X film

    . That good!

    denniskee: That you!

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    hey i lOOks lIKe the guy iN bermuda is my sCHool chAirMAn fOR pHotogrAHy

    raymond is it you?

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    Yes its raymond

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    Can i ask why photographers always like to attach their flash onto their cameras at all times?

    In that picture, it was in daylight right? Would there be any use of a flash then?

    I use my 420ex like 1% of the time. Haven't changed batteries in months. I just seem to prefer natural lighting more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FLiNcHY
    Can i ask why photographers always like to attach their <a href="http://www.ntsearch.com/search.php?q=flash&v=56">flash</a> onto their <a href="http://www.ntsearch.com/search.php?q=cameras&v=56">cameras</a> at all times?

    In that picture, it was in daylight right? Would there be any use of a <a href="http://www.ntsearch.com/search.php?q=flash&v=56">flash</a> then?

    I use my 420ex like 1% of the <a href="http://www.ntsearch.com/search.php?q=time&v=56">time</a>. Haven't changed <a href="http://www.ntsearch.com/search.php?q=batteries&v=56">batteries</a> in months. I just seem to prefer natural <a href="http://www.ntsearch.com/search.php?q=lighting&v=56">lighting</a> more.
    regarding the flash issue...u never know when u will be movin indoors sometimes . Furthermore, its good to have a flash for fill purposes....

    natural lighting is good...but sometimes the lighting locally is really flat...

    btw...its cool to see another photog wearing shorts ahha.....for a time i tot i was the only one ahah....

    cheers!!!

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    heheh it's me

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    hoho ... i go add you ask buddy list haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by FLiNcHY
    Can i ask why photographers always like to attach their flash onto their cameras at all times?

    In that picture, it was in daylight right? Would there be any use of a flash then?

    I use my 420ex like 1% of the time. Haven't changed batteries in months. I just seem to prefer natural lighting more.
    Natural lighting is one thing. But sometimes you need it to use it as a fill flash. Especially when its very bright.

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