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    Uninstalling 64-bit CS4

    you may just open the 32 bit Photoshop first and let it sits at background. When you want to pop Photoshop from Lightroom, the 32 bit version will be loaded automatically. Just don't close the 32-bit photoshop. It should be the same when you pop photoshop from explorer. Hope this helps.
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    Filters stacking technique

    Any one has the singh-ray filter http://www.singh-ray.com/varind.html Just found out they have this 2-in-1 polarizer + variable ND filter http://www.singh-ray.com/varinduo.html Certainly not cheap.
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    Nikon 105mm macro VR with TC

    I bought at least 2 years back in Hong Kong. Probably quite a bit more expensive now. No idea about Sigma and others. My thought was if I were to spend the kind of money to get the Nikon fast lens, make sense to use Nikon teleconverters as well. Probably better resale value as well.
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    Nikon 105mm macro VR with TC

    I have the TC14E for some time, using it mostly for my 70 - 200 mm. Got the 105 mm not long ago. Works just as well. It gives my FX body almost the same reach as my previous DX cam. ALL the VR and autofocus works (probably not so important for macro work, but great if you use for portrait...
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    Nikki from USA

    Nice Capture :) Perhaps I should join one of these night shoots someday :bsmilie:
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    Nikki

    My reaction is the same.. wow both shoots :bsmilie: I like No. 4. Nice use of lens flare.
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    Nikki from USA

    Thanks desaintlights. Seems most like #3. I almost did not post this one :bsmilie:
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    Nikki from USA

    Thanks hycool. Yeap, have not been posting for some time. Now try to play with other genres. Here is another post on photos taken in Beijing recently http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=561643 and NDPs http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=559880
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    Nikki from USA

    Thanks Zantz :)
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    Nikki from USA

    Thanks cyberixus :)
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    Some Beijing Photos

    Thanks for the suggestion. I has very little time there. Took some shots and went back to hotel. Need to work the next day. Perhaps I will check out this hotel next time :)
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    Some Beijing Photos

    Thanks B-setting :)
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    Some Beijing Photos

    6) Beijing Opera House 1 7) Beijing Opera House 2 8) Beijing Opera House 3 9) Beijing Opera House 4
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    Some Beijing Photos

    4) Beijing Olympic Stadium (aka Bird's Nest) 5) Olympic Swimming Pool
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    Some Beijing Photos

    Here are some photos I took during my last business trip. 1) Early Morning at Great Wall 2) Walking on Great Wall 3) Summer Palace
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    Nikki from USA

    Share some shots from Sunday morning. Nikki was great to work with despite she said she had only 2 hours of sleep. Can't tell from the photos for sure :bsmilie: 1) 2) 3)
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    Ndp 2006 - 2009

    Thanks engta :)
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    Ndp 2006 - 2009

    Glad to hear your daughter likes the photo, probably more gratifying than from any photographers :bsmilie:. Nowadays, cameras can easily go up to ISO 3200 and beyond with very usable images, Auto ISO is a great tool. In event shoots like this, I don't have time to juggle all the settings and...
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    Ndp 2006 - 2009

    Thanks tonylim. I see you have a nice gallery :).
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    Ndp 2006 - 2009

    Thanks drechohead. _DSC5447.jpg was shot using wide angle at near ground level. I use Auto ISO and let the camera to decide on exposure so I can concentrate on composition. Nowadays, cameras are so smart. I plan play with aperture and/or exposure and still get a decent shot.
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