Final SFF'04 fireworks from Clifford Pier


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oeyvind

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Was with ransoma22 and co. just now... thanks guys for the company.


Part of Marina Bay at dusk


motion...

now, some fireworks before the smoke got in the way





 

wenx

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I like your composition a lot!... The fireworks turn out nicely as well... Great timing there... :thumbsup:

Especially like No. 1, No. 5, No. 6.
 

insecure

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the first pic is so ... "i am sure i've seen it on some postcards". haha

nice!
 

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great position (place sheltered as well) to shoot from. like the flower shot (no. 6) best. btw, were u guys there really early? reached at around 6pm n surprised to see tripods all lined up already (no more space fo me...).
 

bigfatfish

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THe picture of Motion pic number 2 is great.

The fireworks were well timed and looked really good. I think its one of the best I have seen in the forum dude :thumbsup: :D
 

Hyperion188

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Eh, how to ensure properly exposed back ground eh? Your backgrounds are SOOOOOO nice.......
 

oeyvind

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Hyperion188 said:
Eh, how to ensure properly exposed back ground eh? Your backgrounds are SOOOOOO nice.......
:embrass: superray's ones are way better exposed.

My exposure is abt 3~6sec f/16 iso 200.
 

oeyvind

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boochap said:
composition is ok, but i think too contrasty...more like digtally manipulated works than "photograph".
is it... actually my film prints has more contrast than these... and not sure what you meant by digitally manipulated, these are the original raws in case you wondering...

 

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