Red Hot Chilli Anyone?


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yZong

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Shot this at Far East Square today.... Not sure which shop drying it under the sun.





 

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Maybe because of the bokeh? xD
 

cjtune

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Nice :thumbsup: ... it'll be nicer if the red colour saturation is increased.

Heck, I did it on the shot I thought was the best:

 

brenton

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yZong:

Hmmmm Frankly i prefer the first pic more than the second pic...

I won't use depth of field, instead i think i will zoom in real close ( if i have those lenses la :)
and focus on the complexity. Just my two cents worth, i am still a newbie anyway :p
 

yZong

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yZong:

Hmmmm Frankly i prefer the first pic more than the second pic...

I won't use depth of field, instead i think i will zoom in real close ( if i have those lenses la :)
and focus on the complexity. Just my two cents worth, i am still a newbie anyway :p
Thanks. :)
 

cjtune

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yZong:

Hmmmm Frankly i prefer the first pic more than the second pic...

I won't use depth of field, instead i think i will zoom in real close ( if i have those lenses la :)
and focus on the complexity. Just my two cents worth, i am still a newbie anyway :p
I like pic #2 because pic #1 and pic #3 looks too uniform. Playing with DOF actually does highlight the complexity to the viewer by restricting view to just a few wrinkled dry chillies.
 

yZong

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I like pic #2 because pic #1 and pic #3 looks too uniform. Playing with DOF actually does highlight the complexity to the viewer by restricting view to just a few wrinkled dry chillies.
Ok. Thanks for your comment. :)
 

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