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clicknick

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Haven't post pics here for long time liao. C&C pls. Thanks.

 

eikin

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i think this shot took advantage of natural lighting very well. i quite like this piece, the birds seem to be flying out of the 'pigeon holes' we know so well. would love to see more space given to the sky though, but it's fine as it is now for me :)
 

clicknick

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eikin said:
i think this shot took advantage of natural lighting very well. i quite like this piece, the birds seem to be flying out of the 'pigeon holes' we know so well. would love to see more space given to the sky though, but it's fine as it is now for me :)
Eikin, thanks for your C&C.

I like the 'pigeon holes' comparison.
 

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How did u get the super dark blue colour of the sky?
 

clicknick

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sound-of-rev said:
How did u get the super dark blue colour of the sky?
Easy, go out shooting when the sky is super dark blue that day. There are certains days where sky is bluer, u just need to look up more. This shot is taken in Nov last year.
 

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clicknick said:
Easy, go out shooting when the sky is super dark blue that day. There are certains days where sky is bluer, u just need to look up more. This shot is taken in Nov last year.

thanks for the advice :)
anyway, did u use any filters/polarizers?
 

clicknick

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sound-of-rev said:
thanks for the advice :)
anyway, did u use any filters/polarizers?
Nope. Only the normal UV filter, which doesn't make skies bluer.
 

Jaevus

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That's buffalo road in little india right? :think: i go there quite often for makan ;p
 

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clicknick said:
Nope. Only the normal UV filter, which doesn't make skies bluer.

ok last question. what are the aperture and shutter speed?

I think the sky is brilliant!
 

clicknick

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sound-of-rev said:
ok last question. what are the aperture and shutter speed?

I think the sky is brilliant!
f/8 1/320s using 300D/Sigma 18-200mm
 

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