Pentaxians June 2011 Outing - Please Post Your Photos Here....


fengwei

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Hi All,

Thanks for those who joined the outing, I'm sure you guys had quite a bit fun there :)

This round not many guys joined, probably because of the location? Anyway, it's good to see some new and old friends. Hope we'd see more people joining next round.

As usual, please post your photos here. Here is our small group photo:



Cheers and happy shooting!
 

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otc

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thanks but the spider was really disappointing :( not what i was hoping to achieve.

Donald, I do find your flash power a little on the high side, imho.:) Maybe some diffusers or lower the power will help.

marcus
 

detritus

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Donald, I do find your flash power a little on the high side, imho.:) Maybe some diffusers or lower the power will help.

marcus
i know... i'm starting to see the limitation of using ring flash... flat light, hot-spots.

the af160 can, in theory, vary its flash power based on p-ttl metering but its so cranky today that i just adjusted flash power manually. lowest power already but still quite strong. the bright sunlight doesn't help... arrgh...
 

istDeS

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Didn't shoot much as was just looking for birds to shoot but not much luck. Using K-5 and F*300mm and managed to shoot this 2 species.  

Thick-billed Green Pigeon (Male)







Saw the female but too bad it didn't perch openly.

Thick-billed Green Pigeon (Female)


 
Collared Kingfisher


 

pinholecam

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Didn't shoot much as was just looking for birds to shoot but not much luck. Using K-5 and F*300mm and managed to shoot this 2 species.  

Thick-billed Green Pigeon (Male)




Nice catch. Interesting pigeon species, did not even know it existed till now.
 

Baracus

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Where the tombstones pictures at? So taboo meh? ;p I'll kick it off with a few.

It was actually pretty bright, so I decided to moodify my pictures with lots of vignetting, opacity and tonal contrast.

Semi-Detached


Dead From The Future(Check the Date of Departure)


The Young Ones

 

Baracus

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Reclamation


Unbearable Lightness of the Day

I could have controled the DOF better, but I was too happy getting reaquainted with the M50/1.7 at 2.8. ;p
 

armadillo

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Great outing, nice to meet all of you :)
Here some of my shots:
quite a long snake:


Taken using my 18-135mm, not enough zoom


Monkey on the tree:


Centipede:
 

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armadillo

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The guard statue looking after Tan Tock Seng's son tombstone.


All the green trees, make you feel fresh and peacful :)




 

Greg0222

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Hey, Desmon, When did you shoot them? We stayed together for quite long time, how didn't I have the luck, even to see them? haha

Baracus, I like your effect you applied. Interesting.
 

istDeS

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Thanks JK, this is the first time i see this pigeon also. So far have not seen it in other parts of Singapore.
 

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