yup. the designer did a good job and the gown held its place throughoutOriginally posted by Klause
Where did you shoot that? At raffles city?
ThanksOriginally posted by Zplus
Just the optical zoom from the camera or did you need the digital zoom as well?
;p actually some of the invited guests were very well dressed too. too bad I had to reserve my position.... if not, I could have gone round shooting them.Originally posted by Zplus
Amazing... wonder if any local artiste would wear that to support local designers.... :dunno:
I was surprised too. The recommended setting was actually 1/60s. I tried out the faster shutter speeds and was happy that they work well.Originally posted by erwinx
your camera has flash sync at 1/500? wow.
which model? maybe, you'll want to describe a bitOriginally posted by Kevin
(p/s. Hmmms, didn't see one model. Someone hiding something at home huh??? )
Hmms, how to describe, difficult lah. Anyway, better hide it at home also!Originally posted by mpenza
which model? maybe, you'll want to describe a bit
could she be here instead?
Not sure is blur or not but the colour of the the pix dither. Especially the skin coluor. Don't think is the lens because some pix OK. For example, the 1st pix where the model in blue pant, the colour look dither. But the 2nd pix of the same model same dress is OK. May be because you resize it and save it under lower resolution.Originally posted by mpenza
are the pics really blurer? hmm... don't tell me my lens is dirty!!!