snapshots around tekka centre


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zaren..

hipshooting a lot lately ?
 

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sequitur said:
zaren..

hipshooting a lot lately ?
yep... still trying to snap out of it...
 

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lol

try manual focusing if your camera has then you'll get out of it soon enough
 

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sequitur said:
lol

try manual focusing if your camera has then you'll get out of it soon enough
ok... time to give the canonet a spin again... :)
 

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zaren said:
ok... time to give the canonet a spin again... :)

yeah
don't look at viewfinder how to focus

don't focus how to shoot ?

hehheh
 

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renegade said:
wow. gotta avoid u when i go tekka for lunch now ... may get shot ... he he he
u wear your naked cowboy suit i sure will shoot u one! :blah:
 

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sequitur said:
yeah
don't look at viewfinder how to focus

don't focus how to shoot ?

hehheh
can focus by guessing distance mah.

viewfinder useful for framing though...
 

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you shot at hip level, then cropped the images?

if not they seem rather accurately framed for hip shots...

u mean u focussed by estimating the distance? good job man...
 

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ziedrich said:
you shot at hip level, then cropped the images?

if not they seem rather accurately framed for hip shots...

u mean u focussed by estimating the distance? good job man...
thanks ziedrich, all the pics are uncropped except for #4. manual focus preset at 2m was used throughout.
 

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zaren said:
can focus by guessing distance mah.

viewfinder useful for framing though...

unfortunately i use a lens that does not have distance markings... haha..
 

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sequitur said:
unfortunately i use a lens that does not have distance markings... haha..
yeah when ppl see u approaching with your great big mama L lens, they'll think it's a rocket launcher. :blah:
 

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zaren said:
yeah when ppl see u approaching with your great big mama L lens, they'll think it's a rocket launcher. :blah:

hmm ? i've not used my dslr on the streets for very long already..

film + 50mm way to go for me..

maybe i'll revisit dslr for streets.. see how lah.
 

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sequitur said:
hmm ? i've not used my dslr on the streets for very long already..

film + 50mm way to go for me..

maybe i'll revisit dslr for streets.. see how lah.
eh, miss seeing your ultra-wide angle street shots leh. :think:
 

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Preset at 2m at what aperture? Seems there're lots of DOF in them. Were they at 35mm focal length film equivalent on your digital?
I normally prefocus at 5m at f8.
 

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Minoxman said:
Preset at 2m at what aperture? Seems there're lots of DOF in them. Were they at 35mm focal length film equivalent on your digital?
I normally prefocus at 5m at f8.
2m at f2.8, at 32mm focal length (35mm film equivalent). actual focal length on the digital camera is only 6.8mm, so there's lots of DOF even wide open.
 

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