Newbie Singapore Motorshow photos...2006 of course...


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photographique

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The inverted Pantegram...:devil:
 

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More to come...;p
 

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Great shots man :thumbsup:
I liked the first one most.
How did you manage to do that ? The only way I cab think of to shoot that pic would be to lie flat on the ground ;p
 

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Great shots man :thumbsup:
I liked the first one most.
How did you manage to do that ? The only way I cab think of to shoot that pic would be to lie flat on the ground ;p
:bsmilie: ...I was 'almost' flat sideway...:sweatsm:, I just stayed as low as possible.
 

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good take..

#1, can use shoot blind method.
lower your camera body to near ground level than shoot "blindly"..
 

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good take..

#1, can use shoot blind method.
lower your camera body to near ground level than shoot "blindly"..
Blindly arr? Difficult to ensure the framing, and composition leh?

I was always shooting on purpose, or else what's the point of having such pose in place like that...embrassing...:sweat:

It's also because I wanted to get the star on the wheel inverted to express the devilish idea...the inverted star Pantegram, that's why I titled it that way. However, in the end I still had to use PS to rotate the star...lol

:)
 

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Blindly arr? Difficult to ensure the framing, and composition leh?

I was always shooting on purpose, or else what's the point of having such pose in place like that...embrassing...:sweat:

It's also because I wanted to get the star on the wheel inverted to express the devilish idea...the inverted star Pantegram, that's why I titled it that way. However, in the end I still had to use PS to rotate the star...lol

:)

Trying using Multi-AF. Usually when I shoot blindly, I will set to multi-AF instead of center AF. My method la. U can still try to prone as low as possible. No one is stopping u. :bsmilie:
 

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Trying using Multi-AF. Usually when I shoot blindly, I will set to multi-AF instead of center AF. My method la. U can still try to prone as low as possible. No one is stopping u. :bsmilie:
lol...what is multi-AF?

I needed to compose that's why must look through the viewfinder...sigh, no money for angle viewfinder...:embrass:

:bsmilie:
 

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other than the 1st pic, the rest shows a bluish cast on my screen.
is it me or is it true?:dunno:
 

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other than the 1st pic, the rest shows a bluish cast on my screen.
is it me or is it true?:dunno:
Yes, that's true I used C41-E6 filter, and it's not just blueish...I tot it was nice...:think:
 

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it really looks funny to me.like old time cross processing when i was shooting film.

anyway, do ignore me.i'm just a newbie who speaks my mind.i love your angles though.;)
 

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it really looks funny to me.like old time cross processing when i was shooting film.

anyway, do ignore me.i'm just a newbie who speaks my mind.i love your angles though.;)
That's why wat...imitate the cross processing effect...:D
 

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Sorry about the depth of field of this one...but at least the logo is main focus...:embrass:
 

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Blindly arr? Difficult to ensure the framing, and composition leh?

I was always shooting on purpose, or else what's the point of having such pose in place like that...embrassing...:sweat:

It's also because I wanted to get the star on the wheel inverted to express the devilish idea...the inverted star Pantegram, that's why I titled it that way. However, in the end I still had to use PS to rotate the star...lol

:)
Maybe I din explained properly..
This pic (below)was shoot "blindly", (ie I shoot without really framing n compose, ie looking at view finder) Pretty instant, as the model moves around, I visual what I wanted, bring my camera to ground level, snap a few shots.

Same thing for some events shots, you may see some ppl bringing their camera up high, then snap. (Dun expect them to bring a ladder around)

 

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nice pics!... cool cars..!
 

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