Lets go somewhere different for the next PhotoShoot

A different PhotoShoot Location.....


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Darren

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Instead of the Zoo, Bird Park or Botanic Gardens, which of the following appeals the most for the next PhotoShoot (date to be determined).

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Singapore:
Upper/Lower Pierce Reservoir
Seletar Reservoir
MacRitchie Reservoir
Changi Village
Singapore River
The farms up at Lim Chu Kang + Sunrise/Sunset shots
 

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Originally posted by rochkoh
Singapore:
Upper/Lower Pierce Reservoir
Seletar Reservoir
MacRitchie Reservoir
Changi Village
Singapore River
The farms up at Lim Chu Kang + Sunrise/Sunset shots
one question.....
who is going to provide the transport
 

Red Dawn

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Originally posted by StreetShooter
Why not hang around outside Marriot Hotel and shoot the wildlife there?
i actually prefer the birds around Shenton way......there's more variety of species, esp around summer......

the easiest way to catch them is when they come out foraging for food.

remember to bring at least a 200mm there!
 

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Originally posted by StreetShooter


Is that when they shed most of their feathers?
yes. due to the hot weather, many species shed their bright colored plumage when they come out to feed. that's when they are also the most active.

Be sure to set up your hide in the shade, as the weather can be unbearably hot this time of the year.

the other time to catch the birds is during late evening, when they start their daily migratory patterns.
 

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Originally posted by Red Dawn


yes. due to the hot weather, many species shed their bright colored plumage when they come out to feed. that's when they are also the most active.

Be sure to set up your hide in the shade, as the weather can be unbearably hot this time of the year.

the other time to catch the birds is during late evening, when they start their daily migratory patterns.
Hahahhaaa.... ok ok let's go!
 

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Originally posted by Bluestrike


Hahahhaaa.... ok ok let's go!
if u do go, dun forget to look out for the following interesting species:

Sleek Belted Kingfishers
White breasted thrushes
Red Hair Herons
Swinging Hip Sparrows
Fair skinned Tundra Swans

;p
 

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Originally posted by Red Dawn


if u do go, dun forget to look out for the following interesting species:

Sleek Belted Kingfishers
White breasted thrushes
Red Hair Herons
Swinging Hip Sparrows
Fair skinned Tundra Swans

;p
Ok ok
I'll post it up if I managed to get them!
I hope 200mm is enough......
;)
 

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50 - 500!!!

heheehehehehe
 

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Originally posted by Bluestrike

Ok ok ...

Anyone kind in enough to lend mi his 100-400 and the 1.4x TC?
hehhehee
For those kind of birds, no need big lens one ... just use what this guy uses...

http://straitstimes.asia1.com.sg/asia/story/0,1870,107967,00.html?

Keep an eye out for the following species too:-
Ravishing Ravens
Buttery Gold Butterflies
Saucy Storks
Greater Feathered Geese
Downy Ducks
 

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