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miel

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nice clear, but do u know how to get rid of that burning fire ard buildings look?
i have similar problems with over exposure :(
i was wondering whether u know how counter problem , thanks!
 

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CaeSiuM said:
It seems a must for photographers to take these same shots at some point in their quest for new stuffs to shoot. Nothing great honestly. :)
Where else can you take such photo in S'pore. Maybe you may want to suggest
 

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miel said:
nice clear, but do u know how to get rid of that burning fire ard buildings look?
i have similar problems with over exposure :(
i was wondering whether u know how counter problem , thanks!
u mean the bottom shop houses that were overexposed? i got the idea of blocking them out partially when the shutter opens, but never try before.
 

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CaeSiuM said:
It seems a must for photographers to take these same shots at some point in their quest for new stuffs to shoot. Nothing great honestly. :)
MAi ah ni kuna lar, nice to play around what. Else buy stuff like tripods or what? :) When you buy a new 12-24 lens, you will take the same shots again. :D
 

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Thanks all for the good and bad comments :)

If you view my gallery before, u will know that this is not the 1st time i took that scene. My idea is to capture it at different lighting conditions and slightly different composition to see which one is better :)
 

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MaGixShOe said:
u mean the bottom shop houses that were overexposed? i got the idea of blocking them out partially when the shutter opens, but never try before.
yuh.. but mine worse than urs. its the whole picture lol :)
but its that fire burning look in the buildings. i wish i know how control
if u take a look at some pictures posted online
either they really know exposure well,
or using digi
or maybe their touchup skills :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
i wish someone can guide us through this. :sweat:
 

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