some pics taken while in bangkok


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hi all, some of the pics taken while in bangkok
haven reduced most of their sizes, hope u all enjoy!!!
feel free to comment on how to improve on them

one prob i face is amt of exposure to set, cos the LCD preview can be deciving till u actually view it in your comp

a fierce lion outside the temple!!!


underexposed but i rather like the lightings haha
 

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on route to a snake farm, a boat selling novelties


a buddha statue under construction, heard theres 33,000 temples in thailand!!!


baby cobra!!! got reflections!!! :cry: shd have taken at an angle
 

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croc!!! not a well taken shot especially the proportions!!!


a olive skink, so glad he posed for me, a bit of shaky hands, should have reduce shutter speed rite???


flower shot!!! taken with the auto macro function
 

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crabbies!!! chatuchak market


my fave shot!!! lotus with bees, taken with shutter priority


some punks!!!
 

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at night in the hotel room with my friend haha


night shot at the hotel window, manual mode but too little traffic to give the streaks effects i hope to try


still a noob, trying out some of the stuffs i learnt from here
thanks for the comments!!!
 

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Bangkok...a nice place to be at....
haha...surprisingly their shopping mall can't take photos....
 

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Look4Yest said:
Bangkok...a nice place to be at....
haha...surprisingly their shopping mall can't take photos....
yah some stores you cant take pics, cos i think of product design i think
 

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fuse said:
one prob i face is amt of exposure to set, cos the LCD preview can be deciving till u actually view it in your comp
Never use the LCD to review your exposure. Its not deceiving you, just not meant to work that way.
 

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Kit said:
Never use the LCD to review your exposure. Its not deceiving you, just not meant to work that way.
than how should i determine the amount of exposure to set???
btw pls help to recommend on how i should improve on the pics so i can learn from it, harsh comments are welcomed too!!!
 

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