Capturing Life Outside Wisma


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quackaroo

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I purposely exposed the shot to give a surreal effect. I was experimenting at the position where i was, when i realise the overexposed effect gave a very nice surreal feeling to it. (abit like what they show on architect renderings). This shot was pure luck. hehe. Spot Life in this photo. You see many things. and different types of clothing blah blah. tell me what you think.

Bigger Photo: 1600x1200

Canon Powershot G2
Shutter speed: 1/8 sec
Aperture: 8.0
Exposure mode: Tv
Exposure compensation: -1 2/3
Metering mode: Evaluative
Drive mode: Single frame shooting
ISO: 50
Lens: 7.0 to 21.0 mm
Focal length: 21.0 mm
Subject distance: 23.557 m
AF mode: Single AF
Focus point:
 

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BenJR

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Composition is interesting and it isnt easy trying to capture many things happening in a scene while maintaining coherence and harmony.Try looking at pictures by ALEX WEBB or RAGHUBIR SINGH.

I would have liked it more had you used a faster shutter speed and stopped down for greater dept of field.

cheers!

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