smart. thanks for ya comments..reactan said:wow, super cool! is this the view of the paratroopers from across bedok reservior? How did you manage to knoe when they were jumping?
Ok, time to spill the truth.. :devil:shortcake said:That's cool! umm... so you have to aim the camera thru the nvg? or is there a special camera and lens??
haha, sorry lah, would see the plane "squirting" them out once in a while when i go go jogging at the reservoir. quite a thrilling sight the first time.ordinaryless said:smart. thanks for ya comments..
:bsmilie: i sian 1/2 liao, my first reply already expose the location. Haha..
I took this shot from my window, i wasn't expecting them, jus happen to see some paratroopers jumping off so i took out my camera and snap, thats all.
Haha, new man, thats not the sun...I used filter>Render>Lighting for that 'flare' to enhance the NVG effect. Those who wore NVG before during army shld know that there's always a brighter spot in the NVG. it's caused by the IR i think.Newman said:Obviously, if it was taken at night, you wouldn't be able to be see the sun in the middle. :bsmilie:
Sony's nightshot mode can't see so far in the dark either, about 2-3m at most, I think.
nicholaslee said:wow! That's so cool! Nice work :thumbsup:
khairi said:what a cracker! my jaw dropped when i saw the pict until you said it's PSed!?!?
Haha...I actually wanted to wait for a day or so before spilling the truth but being a honest guy, i feel bad ah, so better tell the truth. :embrass:JAG said:hahah,,,, cool,, and everyone was thinking night vision,, you know how much a lens that would convert to night vision of that sharpness would cost,,, military standards..... hahahah..
nice work,, i was going to ask you what 300d you using till u spill the beans,,, :thumbsup:
AndAdiemus said:lol! good trick. but i just remembered that NVG devices create a lot of "grain". so look out for the grain in the pics next time.
maybe i shld brag i've acquire a state-of-the-art NVG that is 'noiseless'.Adiemus said:lol! good trick. but i just remembered that NVG devices create a lot of "grain". so look out for the grain in the pics next time.